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Documentary covering the growth and subsequent overexposure of the Seattle "grunge" music scene in the early 90s
When journalist Jonathan Gold was supposed to interview Chris Cornell for the documentary, Cornell slipped out of the building while the camera crew was still setting up its lights, so that guitarist Kim Thayil and drummer Matt Cameron ended up being the only band members talking about Soundgarden in the film.
We were the guy in high school who people used to beat up and we couldn't even talk to the pretty girls. I mean, we couldn't... we're nerds, goddammit!
The credits end with the statement "Your town is next."
$106,599 24 November 1996