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Soaked in Bleach

Crime . Drama . Music . Documentary

Twenty years ago, Kurt Cobain was found dead of an apparent gunshot wound to the head. The world was told it was a suicide, but evidence would lead many people to believe it might be otherwise. The film investigates the possibilities that exist that Kurt Cobain's death might not have been a suicide, that the Seattle Police Department rushed their verdict, and the global media perpetuated lies and misinformation fed to them by Courtney Love that created the belief in many that Cobain killed himself, but when revealed to be lies, lead many to now question what happened.

Actors: Kurt Cobain , Daniel Roebuck , Sarah Scott , August Emerson , Kurt Loder , Tyler Bryan
Directors: Benjamin Statler
Country: USA
Release: 2015-06-11
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  • Josh Modell

    If it doesn’t lead people to believe that Cobain was murdered, it might achieve its secondary goals — to at least nudge them toward the possibility, and to get the authorities to consider re-opening the case. It’s intended as a call to action, not just a salacious re-hash.

    The A.V. Club Full Review
  • Dennis Harvey

    This heavy buildup of investigative intel may be TMI for those not already obsessed with all things Cobain. The dramatic sequences have a straightforward telepic-mystery feel, though undeniably enliven by Scott’s blowsy impersonation of the worst detective’s client imaginable.

    Variety Full Review
  • John DeFore

    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.

    The Hollywood Reporter Full Review
  • Oktay Ege Kozak

    It’s easy to accuse Soaked in Bleach for many things, being a typical conspiracy theory documentary that makes many leaps in credibility in order to support its narrative being one of them, but a lack of focus is not among its faults.

    The Playlist Full Review
  • Noel Murray

    There’s just not enough innovation or insight here to stretch a footnote to feature-length.

    The Dissolve Full Review
  • Mike Laws

    The problem is, when facing down Love's and Cobain's outsize, junked-up personalities, Grant seems a total naïf.

    Village Voice Full Review
  • Brian Tallerico

    It comes down to filmmaking. And 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. Full Review