Ang Lee and James Schamus Take a Dry Look at Free-Love in 'Taking Woodstock'

New York Press | August 28, 2009
The same year as Woodstock, Arthur Penn's anti-bucolic Alice's Restaurant memorably said farewell to hippiedom's illusions. Penn's insights seemed ahead of his time; It's depressing that he was also ahead of Lee and Schamus 40 years later.

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