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This is a good live music film of Nirvana. The film also shows interviews of the band. This film was being made by Kurt Cobain before he died. So the rest of the survivng band members got together and finished it. Some great concert shots of the band live. If you a fan of Nirvana then check it out. Otherwise if you are not then you would want to avoid it.
Great for teaching the curious first-timers what Nirvana truly is. This collection of performances and interviews, I think, really does a great job at capturing who Kurt, Krist, and Dave were and what they were about.
The energy of the performances and the mixture of antagonism and playfulness in the interviews reminded me of The Kids are Alright. This is not just a great collection of concert performances, but also a humorous and depressing collage of the brief career of Nirvana and the essentially short-lived grunge movement that they spearheaded. One gets the feeling that all the media coverage and chart success that made grunge popular was also a key part in its undoing.
Cool collection of clips from early parties with no one but Nirvana's buddies to much bigger, louder, snottier concert footage. This is a must for anyone who knows (or thinks they know) a lot about music, grunge or otherwise.