This film was in my opinion the best we've seen so far, even if it was edited down. It did a great job of showing everyone the overall idea that Woodstock was and what it meant to people. I did see a few things that were very surprising though, such as the conflicting responses of the adults. The Parents of the town seemed so angry that their kids were out in the field wasting their lives and time smoking and drinking; while the business people that were affected directly by Woodstock were all happy to see so many people and so much increase in revenue. Of course they were going to be happy to see more money but they enjoyed the idea that there were so many people out there and there were all enjoying themselves. The owner of the farm was the most unexpected. I had thought he was going to make at least some kind of remark about not leaving his land in a state of ruin but instead he openly endorsed what they were doing. The lack of violence and the overall calm of 500000 people also surprised me, but it probably happened like that because of all the drugs going around. The year of 69 had so many devastating things happen it that this was almost needed as a catharsis for the younger populace. They may have not understood as much the politics of what was happening but they were still impacted by it through the older generation.