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“Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99” is a true piece of docutainment, a documentary meant to amuse and mortify more than so much make insight about the infamous music festival 

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that was doomed from the start. But its assembly does a good job at covering different key elements, jumping back and forth on the timeline, 

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creating a sense of a terrible infrastructure that was far removed from the original 1969 festival's mentality. 

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This is a clear-cut saga about eternal greed and people being removed from reality, but it's also about historic music performances.  

As many first-hand witnesses say about this saga, it was a roller coaster experience and “Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99”  

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has those big calming downs and nervous ups; its tone and editing capturing a bittersweet rush that you must have had to be there to truly get. 

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Among its talking heads, we hear from the Jewel, Gavin Rossdale of Bush, Jonathan Davis of Korn, 

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and Fatboy Slim about the importance of energy, how a crowd of 200,000 hungry, thirsty, exploited fans could turn at any moment.  

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"Trainwreck" is quickly paced with one episode for each day; its different themes, pop culture references, name-drops, and general schadenfreude always pop, 

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