WATCH: ‘Devastating’ trailer released for new Kurt Cobain documentary

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LOS ANGELES — A trailer for a new, authorized documentary about Aberdeen native and grunge legend Kurt Cobain is turning heads this morning on the Internet.

The two-and-a-half minute trailer for the documentary, Montage of Heck, was released late Wednesday. And though the film won’t be released until May 4 on HBO, the the trailer is making noise and grabbing attention.

The sneak peak shows never-before-seen home movies, family photos and behind-the-scene shots with Cobain and his family. The film will feature the film of Cobain as a young child, and take the viewer all the way until his death.

Rolling Stone called the trailer “devastating.”

“The sneak peak also shows how Montage of Heck will seamlessly integrate animation into the story of the Nirvana frontman,” Rolling Stone reported.


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  • Run DMZ

    He tried everything but being sober. His music was his life story with In Utero being his suicide note, if ya don’t think so then you really didn’t listen to the music. “All Apologies”.

  • Skip

    I will see the movie eventually, but I find this artist somewhat over-rated. I wished he’d gotten the help he needed. I remember driving back from the ocean and we were passing through Aberdeen when the radio announced finding a body at his home. So very sad.

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