Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, the documentary directed by Brett Morgen, doesn't air on HBO until May 4, but we have the first look at what will certainly be an emotional film.
Using never-before-seen home videos, interviews and family photos, the documentary takes a deep look into the life of the troubled rocker. Rolling Stone has even called it "the most intimate rock doc ever." Morgen uses animation to fill in the last few years of Kurt Cobain's life, but it's the footage of the Nirvana frontman playing with his baby daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, and wife Courtney Love that leave a chill behind in the two-and-a-half-minute clip.
Growing up in an unstable family environment, Cobain seemingly couldn't handle the pressures of fame and family.
"I said, 'You better buckle up because you are not ready for this,'" says his mother, Wendy Cobain, in the trailer.
"He wanted normalcy. He wanted the mom, the dad, the kids and everything happy," a voiceover says. "But then he didn't."