In 2002, organiser Michael Eavis feared that licensing problems might spell the end of Glastonbury festival and approached director Julien Temple (The Filth And The Fury) to document its history. Four years and 700 hours of footage later, this is the result.
A Herculean task executed with wit, intelligence and unmistakable passion. The next best thing to being there.
Reviewed by Dorian Lynskey
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