What the Hell Happened to Blood, Sweat & Tears?

U.S., 112m, DCP

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In June 1970, hot off their spectacular Grammy® win for Album of the Year (besting The Beatles’ “Abbey Road”), Blood, Sweat & Tears becomes the first American rock band to perform behind the Iron Curtain, doing concerts in Yugoslavia, Romania, and Poland on a tour sponsored by the U.S. State Department. Upon their return, the band becomes a victim of the significant societal upheaval and culture wars in a polarized America, divided as much then as it is now. Through documentary footage shot during the Iron Curtain tour (and thought to be lost) and present-day interviews with band members and historians, as well as the unsealing of government records, What the Hell Happened to Blood, Sweat & Tears? unravels the details of this extraordinary year in the life of the band. An Abramorama release

A film by John Scheinfeld

Engaging, and sometimes enraging.”

Anthony Lane, The New Yorker