METALLICA Guitarist Says He Feels Violated By Some Scenes In 'Monster' Documentary

METALLICA guitarist Kirk Hammett has told Time magazine that he still feels violated by some of the footage appearing in the upcoming documentary "Metallica: Some Kind of Monster". He let the filmmakers know he was distressed by some unflattering scenes, including the moment when the band gives new bassist Robert Trujillo, 39, $1 million. Hammett also wishes he had "spent a little more time in the grooming department." But he was convinced that tinkering would hurt the movie. "The deeper philosophical message is that if you have problems with the people you love, you can't give up, man," he says. "You've got to be completely honest and work through it. This movie can help a lot of people, so I'll just have to get over looking like a dork. I can make that sacrifice."


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