In Mongolia, rock 'n' roll with a historical perspective
In Mongolia, rock 'n' roll music symbolized the revolution of the early 1990s that broke the country free from six decades of Communism. Now, more than 20 years later, the first generation to grow up in the new society is making its own music. In an excerpt of the documentary "Live from Ub," filmmaker Lauren Knapp's reports about young Mongolians using modern music to explore their own heritage.
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