Crime Seen | Episode 23: Trainwreck: Woodstock 99
Crime Seen is a true crime review podcast that gets to the heart of how true crime stories are told. Join Mari Forth @MariTalks2Much and Sarah Carradine @sarahcarradine as they put true crime properties under the magnifying glass. In this episode they examine TRAINWRECK: WOODSTOCK 99. Watch it on Netflix. Joining them is Chappell @Chappells_Show
Please be aware that the documentary, and this coverage, contains discussion of sexual assault.
Whether you are interested in finding out whether nudity is unity, what three days of freedom from convention and consequence looks like, or a portrait of greed, this is the podcast for you. How many magnifying glasses out of 5 will they rate TRAINWRECK: WOODSTOCK 99? Listen to find out. Or jump to the ratings at about 1:23:59
-podcast: YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS UP, episode ‘Trainwreck: Woodstock 99’ for an interview with director Jamie Crawford and producer Cassie Thornton https://you-cant-make-this-up.simplecast.com/episodes/trainwreck-woodstock-99-c_7qAVWD
-documentary feature: WOODSTOCK 99: Peace, Love & Rage (Garrett Price, 2021) available on HBO in the US and Binge in Australia; FYRE: The Greatest Party That Never Happened (Chris Smith, 2018) on Netflix; FYRE FRAUD (Jenner Furst & Julia Willoughby Nason 2019) on Hulu; BLACKFISH (Gabriela Cowperthwaite, 2013) on Netflix
-docu-series: JEEN-YUHS: a Kanye Trilogy (Coodie & Chike Ozah, 2022) on Netflix; THE WAY DOWN (Marina Zenovich, 2021) on HBO in the US and Binge in Australia
You can jump to the recommendations at about 1:30:25
Next time on Crime Seen: LEAVE NO TRACE with Ronald Young Jnr @OhitsBIGRON – watch it on Hulu and send in your comments and questions.
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