8 Greatest Movies To Watch While You’re Self-Isolating

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2. Taking Woodstock (2009)

“Everyone with their little perspective. Perspective shuts out the universe, it keeps the love out.” – Carol

Woodstock, a 1969 music festival, is the origin of the “hipster” heaven which is also a cultural landmark. Bringing the apotheosis of the ‘60s dream of “peace and love”, there were almost a million people who fight the traffic to spend three days being blessed-out in music and mud.

It’s a coming-of-age story about Tiber, a young, closeted gay Jew, who ends up securing a permit for the Woodstock Music Festival, turning his parents’ ramshackle motel into a base camp for the organisers, and having his mind blown by the time it’s over.

Courtesy of Focus Features

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