Courtney Love, who’s long had a complicated relationship with her only daughter from her relationship with Kurt Cobain, Frances Bean Cobain, reunited with her at Sundance.

Courtney Love, Frances Bean Reunite At Sundance

Love and Cobain both showed up at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah Saturday for the latest documentary about Cobain, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck. On the red carpet, the mother-daughter duo, who haven’t made a public appearance together in years, shared a hug and posed cheek-to-cheek.

“So proud of you Bean,” Love captioned a red carpet shot with her daughter, who served as a visual artist and executive producer on the project.

Directed by Brett Morgen, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck, relied heavily upon both Love and Cobain allowing the filmmaker access to the late Nirvana frontman’s possessions.

“She was hoping to make a film that revealed a deeper understanding of Kurt than had been depicted in the media,” Morgen told Rolling Stone last month. “While several parties control rights to Kurt’s music, Courtney and her daughter are the sole rights holders to Kurt’s belongings, which are used quite readily throughout the film. In granting me access to his possessions, Courtney gave me permission to use the items in any manner I deemed appropriate for the film.”

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck is slated to debut on HBO later this year.

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