What the Hell Happened to Blood, Sweat and Tears? Featured
STARTS JUNE 16
The rock band that won Album of The Year in 1970 (over The Beatles' Abbey Road and Johnny Cash at San Quentin), was unknowingly embroiled in a political mess involving the U.S. State Department and the Nixon White House. They found themselves in the crossfire of a polarized America, as divided then as it is now. The political thriller was directed by John Scheinfeld.
"A singular piece of rock history, even if hardly anyone knows about it. I didn’t know about it, but now that I’ve seen the film I’d call it essential." Owen Gleiberman, Variety
"More than it knows, this movie is an engaging, and sometimes enraging, exposé of chronic insularity." Anthony Lane, The New Yorker