Even if you've seen the doc, however, you likely haven't seen the clip HBO released today -- a section of film that was cut from the final piece. In it, Cobain and Courtney Love discuss the Nirvana frontman's myriad issues with a kind of humor and levity that's still highly laced with foreboding sadness.
"Why do you feel so bad?" Love asks a bed-bound Cobain, sprawled next to a barf bucket and a half-finished piece of cake. "Because I want to," Cobain says. "It's my fault. All my fault." It's a sentiment he repeats throughout the beginning on the video and, although we get the sense he's likely joking, there's a darkness to the statement all the same.
"Kurt Cobain: Montage Of Heck" premiered on HBO back in May, but on Friday it will be headed back to theaters across the country. The Brett Morgan-directed film is a stark, intimate look into Cobain's life -- pre- and post-fame -- and contains never-before-seen looks at Kurt's personal journals and writing, as well as home movies shot by Love, such as the one embedded above.