Why should you watch this? Because it’s an excellent look into the life of a rock star and a wonderful glimpse into the grunge movement as it was developing. . It’s unflinching and honest. You can share in many of the triumphs and you also see the journey of Hole’s drummer Patty Schemel at her worst. This is a documentary that reminds you that as much as we like to think of our rock icons as gods, they are human. And when you’re at the top of the world, you better believe you have a long way to fall.
I called Larry and he’s like I don’t know where to get that, but, you know, I know where to get heroin. Being an alcoholic and an addict, that was my first first first first love. At twelve. Unless I’m in a program or recovery, it’s always gonna be the thing I want to do first. I could be going out with Angelina Jolie, but if I’m not clean and sober, and I’m with Angelina Jolie, and there’s a guy over there with a crack pipe, you know, I’ll hang out with the bum. With the crack pipe. In the shopping cart.