The Kurt Cobain documentary, "Montage of Heck," doesn't premiere on HBO until May 4, but Yahoo! unveiled the trailer on Wednesday. Featuring
never-before-seen home videos, family photos and interviews with his loved ones, the two-and-a-half minute clip previews a film that critics have
already called "the most intimate rock doc ever."
Director Brett Morgen uses animation to illustrate Cobain's last few years, and the film also includes conversations between the Nirvana frontman and
Rolling Stone's David Fricke. Most pointedly, the trailer shows Cobain playing with Frances Bean Cobain, his daughter with wife Courtney Love.
(Frances is an executive producer of the film.)
BTW..I fall in the Courtney killed him camp...
We miss you Kurt!
I was a huge Nirvana fan when I was a kid, until Kurt committed suicide. I still liked their music after that but it just wasn't the same for me and
I felt like people should just let the dudes memory rest. But I might actually watch this. It looks interesting, and tastefully done.
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