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Buenos Aires Rock (1983)

Since mid 70's, a military government banned most of rock songs in Argentina. Rock was the only way of telling what was happening. When the 80's began, democracy came back to the country. ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Miguel Abuelo Miguel Abuelo ... Himself (as Los Abuelos de la Nada)
Los Abuelos de la Nada Los Abuelos de la Nada ... Themselves - Performer
Gustavo Bazterrica Gustavo Bazterrica ... Himself (as Los Abuelos de la Nada)
Andrés Calamaro Andrés Calamaro ... Himself (as Los Abuelos de la Nada)
Osvaldo Civile Osvaldo Civile ... Himself (as V8)
Jorge Durietz Jorge Durietz ... Himself
León Gieco León Gieco ... Himself - Performer
Ricardo Iorio Ricardo Iorio ... Himself (as V8)
David Lebón David Lebón ... Himself - Performer
Alejandro Lerner Alejandro Lerner ... Himself - Performer
Cachorro López Cachorro López ... Himself (as Los Abuelos de la Nada)
Daniel Melingo Daniel Melingo ... Himself (as Los Abuelos de la Nada)
Litto Nebbia Litto Nebbia ... Himself - Performer
Orions Orions ... Themselves - Performer
Pedro y Pablo Pedro y Pablo ... Themselves - Performer
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Since mid 70's, a military government banned most of rock songs in Argentina. Rock was the only way of telling what was happening. When the 80's began, democracy came back to the country. But, before that, a debilitated government allow a big concert a-la Woodstock, but without that magic. There was made in a stadium transformed in a rock place. This movie is a sequence of the four weekends that made that show. There's music from the beginning to the end. Some interviews with the musicians and the crowd complete an historic event.

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Country:

Argentina

Language:

Spanish

Release Date:

20 January 1983 (Argentina) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

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Color (Eastmancolor)
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Solo se trata de vivir
Written and Performed by Litto Nebbia
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An argentinian Woodstock.
14 January 2002 | by MAP-3See all my reviews

Since mid 70's, a military government banned most of rock songs in Argentina. Rock was the only way of telling what was happening. When the 80's began, democracy came back to the country. But, before that, a debilitated government allow a big concert a-la Woodstock, but without that magic. There was made in a stadium transformed in a rock place. This movie is a sequence of the four weekends that made that show. There's music from the beginning to the end. Some interviews with the musicians and the crowd complete an historic event. If the concert had been done in these days, there would not be a film, but a TV special.


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