For five days in the summer of 1970, half-a-million flower children set sail for the Isle Of Wight, an island off southern England for what has been called “Britain’s Woodstock.” What follows is a documentary that not only covers the music, but the challenges of putting on a festival like this, especially then.
This film documents this significant event in rock history.
Marking a place and time culturally, emotionally, psychically . . . bread crumbs on the road of life.