Nirvana - In Utero: Under Review
Price: $4.98 / €3.59
Documentary/Music (2006) 63 minutes ~ Color
For three short years Nirvana were the biggest band on Earth, the public face of grunge to the adoring millions. In Utero was a reaction against the overwhelming praise and adulation the band received. Originally titled I Hate Myself And I Want To Die, the album was released in September 1993 and charted in both the UK and the US. This critical review of the music of Nirvana covering all three studio albums features rare live performances, the very first radio performances, interviews with Cobain's family, and a penetrating analysis from a leading team of rock journalists and critics.
The film purports to offer a "rare insight" into the influential music group, and consists of live and studio performances by Nirvana, interspersed with interviews with the band and with music industry notables and experts.
The film is narrated by Tony Ponfret and produced by Thomas Walker. Those interviewed include Nirvana's original drummer Chad Channing, Kurt Cobain's biographer Charles R. Cross, and music producer Jack Endino.