First Trailer for HBO's Kurt Cobain Documentary Shows His Dark and Cheerful Sides


First Trailer for HBO's Kurt Cobain Documentary Shows His Dark and Cheerful Sides


The Nirvana frontman is described as an 'unruly' man who 'wanted normalcy' in his life with wife Courtney Love and daughter Frances Bean Cobain in 'Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck'.
The critically acclaimed documentary, "Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck" which caused a buzz at this year's Sundance Film Festival, has debuted its first trailer online via Yahoo! Movies. The preview opens with home video footage in which a voiceover asks little Cobain, "Who are you?" He replies, "I'm Kurt Cobain."

In the trailer, someone describes the late rocker as "an underdeveloped, immature little dude that never got laid." Cobain's bandmate Krist Novoselic recalls how he became "unruly," "hated being humiliated" and "you could see the rage come out."

The video also highlights his talent and his dream that came true. Some events are recreated in animation, and there's also an intimate look at Cobain's moments with his wife Courtney Love and daughter Frances Bean Cobain.



The first-ever authorized documentary about Kurt Cobain will debut May 4 on HBO, with a companion book hitting shelves on April 7. His daughter Frances Bean Cobain serves as an executive producer for the pic.


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