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Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99 Review 2022 Tv Show Series Season Cast Crew Online
Let’s just say it right now and get it over with – Trainwreck: Woodstock 99 is easily one of the best documentaries Netflix nas come up with in recent years; it’s partly because most of those has been utter crap, but in a way, Trainwreck can really hold up its own. And if you’re a fan of seeing things go south (and you are, aren’t you, why else would you be here?), then you’ll enjoy every bit of this one.
But of course, Oscar for best documentary short contender this one is not. And it isn’t for the lack of trying – it’s properly produced, nicely put together, with a clear vision almost till the end. Because -much like the event it’s trying to portray- it’s towards the end where things really start to fall apart.
Are there repercussions? Ramifications? What do we really feel about the festival, 20+ years later? Have we learned anything or, was this documentary -again, much like the event- just an excuse to see s#it burn? Is saying, no plans for another Woodstock, really it?
A good documentary is a pure and simple art form – it’s a music piece, an opera. It must come together effortlessly and it must make sense from the start till the end – here, you’re left with an unfinished symphony. Unless this has always been the idea. Much unlike the even it’s trying to portray.