Let's Get Lost

Let's Get Lost
  • 1989
  • US
  • 1h 59min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Bruce Weber
  • Written by: Bruce Weber

Weber fashions a highly unconventional documentary that follows trumpeter Chet Baker from the West to the East coast of America and on to Europe. There's little in the way of interviews with Baker in the film. Instead, Weber films Baker, prematurely aged by narcotics, hanging out in various breezy venues. A dreamy portrait of a superb but doomed musician.

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Let's Get Lost

5 Jun 20084 stars

One of the girlfriends of the late legend of the cool school of jazz once observed, ‘Chet Baker sure knew how to get lost.’ Aside from knowing how to get lost in his music (being a brilliantly intuitive trumpet player), Baker was also very adept at…

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