Soaked in BleachPrivate investigator Tom Grant tries to unravel the mystery surrounding the death of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. This film reveals the events behind Kurt Cobain's death as seen through the eyes of Tom Grant, the private investigator that was hired by Courtney Love in 1994 to track down her missing husband (Kurt Cobain) only days before his deceased body was found at their Seattle home.Keywords:
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Directors of "Soaked in Bleach"Benjamin Statler
Creators of "Soaked in Bleach"Benjamin StatlerDonnie Eichar
Critic Reviews of "Soaked in Bleach"VarietyJuly 02, 2015
The inclination to dismiss this as fanciful conspiracy theorizing is here countered by the testimonies of various experts, certain that the Seattle police really bungled their investigation.Hollywood ReporterJune 12, 2015
By the time Wecht declares that this is a death that simply has to be reinvestigated, even a viewer with no special attachment to Cobain's legacy is likely to agree.RogerEbert.comJune 12, 2015
This is a bad film, filled with awkward reenactments, poorly designed graphics, scripted interview segments, ominous music and enough jumping to conclusions that I'm surprised someone didn't throw out their back.AV ClubJune 11, 2015
Whether he's way off base or not, Tom Grant is clearly a believer, and the ideas he presents via Soaked In Bleach-as unabashedly one-sided as they are-aren't easily dismissed.Village VoiceJune 09, 2015
The problem is, when facing down Love's and Cobain's outsize, junked-up personalities, Grant seems a total naïf.Reason OnlineJune 19, 2015
The story is still provocative, but the director has nothing new to add to it.The PlaylistJune 16, 2015
If you're a rabid Cobain murder theorist, "Soaked in Bleach" will undoubtedly reconfirm all of your beliefs on the subject. If you're also certain that Cobain killed himself, I doubt that there's anything here to truly convince you otherwise.Movie MezzanineJune 12, 2015
...even if Soaked in Bleach's message landed on sympathetic ears, the film makes curious decisions that distract from their central thesis.Film Journal InternationalJune 10, 2015
Soaked in Bleach is so heavily rooted in hearsay and circumstantial suggestions that the film-and its speakers-often seem to be grasping at straws.The DissolveJune 10, 2015
After a while, Statler's hodgepodge approach loses its novelty, and the documentary starts to seem like an overlong, overly strident segment of a true-crime cable TV infotainment series.
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