Let’s Get Lost
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Directed by internationally renowned photographer/filmmaker Bruce Weber, the Oscar nominated Let’s Get Lost offers an incredibly powerful insight into the life of the late jazz great Chet Baker.
Travelling with the exclusive icon, Weber weaves together the life story of a man they called “the James Dean of the jazz world” charting his incredible rise to international fame and adulation and his tragically rapid demise into womanising and drug addiction. The film uses excerpts from rare performance footage, and candid interviews with Baker, musicians, friends and battling ex wives in what turned out to be the last year of his life.
His movie star looks and cool sound set Baker apart but his endless battle with a narcotic addiction also gave a generation of fans a Doomed Youth of their very own. Chet Baker’s life plays out like a Kerouac creation, as did his death (he fell out of an Amsterdam hotel window, age 58), but out of life came some of the most lyrical trumpet playing and jazz vocals ever heard.
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