Kurt Cobain About a Son

Synopsis: An intimate and moving meditation on the late musician and artist Kurt Cobain, based on more than 25 hours of previously unheard audiotaped interviews conducted with Cobain by noted music journalist Michael Azerrad for his book "Come As You Are: The Story of Nirvana." In the film, Kurt Cobain recounts his own life - from his childhood and adolescence to his days of musical discovery and later dealings with explosive fame - and offers often piercing insights into his life, music, and times. The conversations heard in the film have never before been made public and they reveal a highly personal portrait of an artist much discussed but not particularly well understood.
Director(s): AJ Schnack
Production: Balcony Releasing
  2 nominations.
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96 min

I never wanted us

was' mystery 'on us.

It 'just that I had nothing

to say, at the beginning.

But now, after all this

time, c '? just a story.

Yet, every night I think

that my life is so? boring.

I know what? Many people ... not

deserve to have a book written about us.

I know I have to talk about

details of my life.

You know, I like to talk

with you ... but ...

... I do not think that will be the most open with

you about my personal life.

Why? People do not

deserve to know ...

You do the c*cks ...

... about my life

private now.

Vadano to fanculo!

They must not know

ALL about me.

I have always wanted to think

I was an alien.

When I thought little of

have been adopted by my mother, ...

because ...? I had found

when a spaceship ...

... I was sent down by a

different planet. I wanted so much.

Every night I spoke with the

My real family in heaven.

I knew that there were thousands more

cascati children of aliens on Earth.

And they are everywhere.

I know different.

I have always thought about this thing.

It was fun to imagine.

I am not here for a few

special reason ...

... and I always longing for home.

And 'the same for the other aliens.

I have known only

a handful ...

... during my life ...

... and one day discover

cos'? that we have to do.

Until all'et? Had for 8 years

had a childhood very happy.

Really good, with

a mother affectionate E. ..

... I have always driven to make art.

Disegnavo, read and

she encouraged me.

I enjoyed it a lot ...

a childhood truly excellent.

I had everything under control

and I knew what I did.

Nothing could stop.

I knew they can do what

I wanted to perch? world was small ...

... and the things I was prostravano

Fortunately front ...

... and I did not have n? problems

n? obstacles, at that time.

I have never been

a 'bad boy' ...

but I did things ...

... ...

... pull cans full of

stones at cars.

And I was fixed with the cops.

I said "corn on the cops."

The cops arrive and kill you.

As I saw a flying saucer

tiravo the cans.

And as I saw a sbirro

the cantavo those words ...

... and the indicavo saying

that it was' evil '.

My aunt Mary ...

... a sort of aspiring musician ...

... played in various groups in Aberdeen Bar ...

... and you? been the person I

has helped the most by far ...

... with regard to the music ...

because ...? me regal? a guitar

electricity when I was 8 years ...

... and I was her to give me the Beatles discs.

And I said a bass drum ...

... and me agganciavo and giravo

with the Elmer Fudd hat ...

... and the shoes of my father.

And giravo for the neighbourhood beating

on the drum and singing the Beatles.

When very most young I was sure

to become a rock-star.

There were no problems,

perch? cos I was? hyperactive e. ..

... the world was in my hands.

I could do everything.

I could become President,

if I wanted.

But it was stupid idea.

Better to be a rock-star.

I do not understand my environment,

What I attendesse.

The alienation that I would have

tried by teenager ...

because ...? saw as Aberdeen

any other town of America.

I thought they were all equal.

All agree, and without the

instead there was violence.

It would have been easy ...

... and I believed that the U.S. had

not most of my large garden.

Then there would be

been problems ...

... to turn the whole country

playing in a group ...

... and appear on

covers of magazines.

I had an early preparation ...

... but when I started to have

depressive attacks to 9 years ...

... I stopped to see her in that way.

I think that my generation

is the last generation innocent.

The TV was not violent,

there was the 'cable'.

We had 'Sesame Street',

'Speed Racer' is stuff here, and go on.

Everything was imaginary.

Everything was ... basic medieval ...

compared with today.

Children are required to be pi?

ahead of what are really.

Venivo always sculacciato.

My father ... species outside ... the restaurant ...

if versavo something by mistake ...

... I was running his head between the knuckles ...

or gave me a slap.

I have never managed to understand how ...

... a parent could be

cos? imbrazzato ...

... what? intimidated by what could

others think about you in a restaurant ...

... just because? your son has

overthrew something by mistake ...

... as for having to punish the accident.

It 'a bad joke psychological

to play a child ...

... because ... still inside affondo

me if something other side.

I arrabbio much with myself.

Why? Have been preconditioned

not to commit human error.

Everything must always be perfect.

Go to fanculo for this.

His work in practice was run

all day to count trunks.

His idea of activity? Father-son was

bring to work Saturday and Sunday ...

... and I restavo sitting in his office

while he was out to count trunks.

Bel weekend exciting!

I did and disegnavo

jokes telephone.

Then I went in the store where

were stacked the 2x4.

They were very high and there

I played in 'guards and thieves' ...

... or was pretending to be

Superman or other super-heroes.

That was the highest

fun as possible.

Then slept a little 'in van

listening to the disc of Queen ...

... "News of the world" and repeating

scaricavo battery of the van.

Capitava often remain on foot

perch? too had heard the Queen.

I do not feel that they have

had a true father.

I never had a father figure

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