Julien Temple's 2006 documentary film about the famous music festival from 1970 to 2005, featuring performances from artists such as David Bowie, Bjork, Blur, Oasis and Coldplay. The film is made up of footage shot by Temple at the festival in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2005, as well as footage sent in by festival goers after a request on websites and newspapers for footage. Temple had initially only agreed to make a film of the 2002 festival after organiser Michael Eavis expressed concern that that would be the last year of the festival. Temple then realised that he wanted to make a film detailing the full history of the festival. The film also includes footage shot by Channel 4 and the BBC during their coverage of the festival since 1994. Text from Wikipedia.

A documentary on the 30th anniversary of Britain's best-known music festival. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Said M (br) wrote: Impresionante fotografa. Buen drama en un principio pero la historia pierde el hilo y cae con algunas escenas cmicas que parecen absurdas.

Richard S (br) wrote: It's maybe a bit too long and the first half of the film moves a long at a snail's pace but overall it was a pretty good drama / thriller about the beginnings of the resistance in France

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Natalie L (ca) wrote: fantastic acting from karisma kapoor, great music, scary villain, very different. I disagree with the other comments about Shahrukh though, i think if he'd been in it any longer it would have ruined the story.

Jackson P (nl) wrote: One of the better adaptations to have come out

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Scott P (jp) wrote: Well it's not as bad as Children of the Corn III...It does have a cool death with a corn/voodoo doll though. Outside of that, it's no insult to the horror genre that this hasn't been given a proper dvd treatment.

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