The week before Kurt Cobain was found dead from a single gunshot, he went missing. His whereabouts for that week has remained a mystery until now. But for the first time, the story of what happened to him can now be told, using the testimony of people who knew him, the witnesses who saw him in that last week and the ordinary people who found themselves written into his story.

He started entertaining from the age of 12 in hoar houses and taverns and by 1994 he was the biggest rock star in the universe. It was in April 1994 when he shot himself in his greenhouse after a root beer and a shot of heroin. This is the story of Kurt Cobain"s last few days. We meet the witnesses who played a part in his last few days including the limousine driver with whom he confessed he had bought a shot gun and some rounds which he later used to kill himself. Kurt, under pressure from those around him, signed on to a rehab programme and checked in to a clinic but his councillor tells us he didn"t believe he had a problem and there was no chance of recovery. Kurt left on April 1st jumping over a wall and headed to an airport bound for home. Intercut with the backdrop of his early years and where he grew up, we get clues to find out whether his ending was always his fate. His life changed from a happy childhood to an unhappy existence and as a teenager he often lived homeless under a bridge in his rickety home town. As a teenager Kurt discovered music and his rock star life began and moved him on from small town America to Seattle where he was to return to meet his fate.

Film Duration: 79 min