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At the downbeat of the new millennium there was no bigger, darker, or more deeply influential hard rock band in the world than KoRn. But for lead guitarist Brian Head Welch, a dream come true was giving way to a raging nightmare of self-loathing and addiction. Solely responsible for his grade school daughter, and managing a viscous relationship with crystal meth, Brian sought solace in the one place he never thought he could belong. Church. Armed with an addict's zeal, he walked away from a $23M record deal to launch himself into single-fatherhood and religion with equal abandon. But years of anger and self-abuse led Brian and his daughter to a dangerous crossroads. Suicidal, and cutting herself from arm to arm, Jennea Welch needed an intervention, and Brian needed a major dose of courage. At the end of himself, he made an even harder decision than leaving KoRn. Told with intimate access to the family and band, this genre-bending documentary delivers unprecedented access to one of ...
Real, raw and vulnerable! The story of a father-daughter relationship that will leave you better and filled with hope than when you started watching. I believe it's a must see for everyone, whether you're a Korn fan or not. Addiction (drugs, food, shopping...) plagues everyone at some point and it doesn't get more open and honest as this.
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