Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Film Review: Soaked In Bleach by Sophia Cynthia Cabral

Crime, drama, Documentary
Release date: July 31, 2015 (Sound On Screen music film festival)
Companies involved: Montani Production, Daredevil Films
Director: Benjamin Statler
Produced by: Javier Alvarez as associate producer, Donnie Eichar as producer, Richard Middleton as producer, Benjamin Statler as producer
Starring: Daniel Roebuck, Sarah Scott, Tyler Bryan, Ryan Aigner, Brett Ball, August Emerson
Plot: Tom Grant, a Private Investigator hired by Courtney Love to track her husband, Kurt Cobain tells us his take on what happened. Starting on April 4th.
Review: It’s an interesting movie from the first minute, the fact it uses original audios and such evidence enhances it, makes it more serious to say it somehow.
It is also quite important to mention that the voices of the actors in some occasions are pretty much the same to the original people, and also it’s also relevant to say that some of the people starring in the film are actually portraying themselves –Ryan, Brett & August- which makes it in my opinion more solid.
While I’m personally not a fan of Nirvana as a band I must recognize that they had some influence shaping the grunge genre among many others.
Sometimes, there are things not meant to be seen at the first glance, sometimes the hand of humankind tries to hide the truth hopefully someday the truth regarding Cobain’s death is found. -Sophia Cynthia Cabral

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