5 Awesome.Saundazzz | 11/07/2011 | See all Saundazzz's reviews (54)I bought this out of interest in the festival scene of the late 60s, being a huge fan of a lot of the music from that era, and hearing that this was the "last great festival" of it's time. I was neither alive at the time nor was I present at the festival so I cannot comment on whether it provides an accurate portrayal of the festival's (seemingly chaotic!) events. I did, however, thoroughly enjoy the film!The footage really has survived extrememly well and at times it is hard to believe you are watching footage that is over 40 years old, the sound quality is perfect too and the whole thing has been edited perfectly to give you a mixture of footage of musicians performing, as well as interviews from different people involved in the festival as well as it's attendees, those that paid and those that didn't!!The bands and performers in the film are among the best ever, The Doors, The Who, Hendrix, Joni Mitchell etc., and the makers of the film have selected their best known songs too, which is a nice touch as you can still recognise artists who you aren't all that familiar with.Overall I would say this is a brilliant film, which is a must have for fans of music from this era.9/10.