1971: The Year that Music Changed Everything (2021)

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1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything


1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything is rated TV-MA

  • 1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything

1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything Parents Guide | Age Rating

In a tumultuous era, 1971 was a year of musical innovation and rebirth fueled by the political and cultural upheaval of the time. Stars reached new heights, fresh talent exploded onto the scene and boundaries expanded like never before. It is directed by Asif Kapadia, Danielle Peck, James Rogan.

Production companies are Mercury Studios, On the Corner Films.

The series 1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything is Rated TV-MA for indecent language and graphic violence.

TV-MA – Some shown content in the film may be inappropriate for children under the age of 17.

1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything Parents Guide

Why 1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything is rated TV-MA ?

The documentary is based on musical nostalgia.
It is immersive and fairly ambitious.
‘1971’ does some powerful mixing of the year’s events and the year’s songs.
It is endlessly eye-opening, even for those well versed in the period.
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1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything Release date

The movie 1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything was released on 21 May 2021.

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1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything

1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything Parents Guide
1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything Parents Guide

Series Name 1971 The Year that Music Changed Everything
Genre Documentary, History, Music
Age Rating TV-MA
Release date 21 May 2021
Runtime 45min
Director Asif Kapadia, Danielle Peck, James Rogan
Official website AppleTV+

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