I thought this film was really moving and beautifully shot, but I'm assuming that most of the people on this board won't care about it, really, which is cool. The film basically shows the last two or three days of Kurt Cobain's life. The main character in this film is named Blake, but take a look at "Blake"... ....and tell me who you think he's supposed to be. The film actually ends saying that though the film was based on Kurt Cobain's life, much of the characters and facts have been changed. But, I don't think that's so true, I think this is a pretty accurate portrayal. The thing that some of us love about this movie is the same thing that will make others hate it: there is basically no plot whatsoever, and not a whole lot happens. Rather than sensationalizing Cobain's final days, Gus Van Sant shows what a real heroin addict would likely go through as he reaches the end: wandering around aimlessly, faking conversations, randomly passing out. It's not an exciting film, and I admit, it gets a little hard to watch at times, but once you get used to it, you really get wrapped up in it. Has anyone else even heard of this, let alone seen it, other than me?