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Portrait of Canadian singer Joni Mitchell who arrived in 60s America - a country torn between Puritanism and the rumblings of a changing society - but who was not afraid to go against the tide. 

In the early 60s, Joni began to make a name for herself in Toronto clubs, getting noticed for her atypical crystal-clear voice and for her self-taught way of playing guitar, all in open chords (her trademark) which even fascinated the "guitar heroes" of the time like Eric Clapton. 

Joni was not afraid to criticise the America that adopted her, a trait that would go on to define her life and career, showing intelligence ahead of her time.

Dubbed in Gaelic with English subtitles (00:53:02)