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Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage

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Told through the eyes and experiences of attendees and artists, this doc revisits the Woodstock 1999 event in an effort to explain the early foundation of white male anger and whether or not bands like KoRn and Limp Bizkit created it or just perpetuated it.


Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage is the first film to debut as part of Music Box, a collection of documentary films created by Bill Simmon, exploring pivotal moments in the music world. The film tells the story of Woodstock ‘99, a music festival promoted to echo unity and counterculture idealism of the original 1969 concert, but instead devolved into riots, looting, and sexual assaults.