There are people who come to this world and leave behind them a long-lasting legacy. A legacy that will admired by many from all around the world. Connecting people through their craft and accomplishments. Nirvana's frontman, Kurt Cobain did exactly that. The documentary directed by Brett Morgen, preserves the legacy of the rock icon. But instead of glamorizing his lifestyle, it turns it upside down into an intimate look at a tormented teenager, a striving artist, passionate husband and a loving father. To the point that it feels not like a documentary but a confessional piece through Cobain's own audiotapes, personal diary notes and home videos.