The Vigil (for Kurt Cobain)
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The Vigil (for Kurt Cobain)
Following Kurt Cobain's suicide in 1994, a group of twentysomethings leave a small town in Alberta to go join the vigil for Cobain in Seattle in this humorous film. The characters in the grunge-fueled Winnebago include two estranged brothers, a tough vegetarian, a hot lady rocker and the strange Meg. Along the way, lessons are learned and wounds begin healing in Justin MacGregor's directorial debut, which has obvious appeal for Nirvana fans.

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"I can't help but think I'd enjoy The Vigil a lot more if I considered Kurt Cobain to be my generation's John Lennon. Unlike the devoted characters in this film, I do not."
‑ Scott Weinberg, Apollo Guide
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