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Thumbnail for Let's Get Lost (1988) Let's Get Lost (1988)

Basics Critics:80Viewers:68Rusty:76
Category: Bio/History, Documentary, Music/MusicalSub-Category: documentary film, musical film, biographical filmColor: black-and-whiteLanguage: EnglishCountry: United StatesDirector: Bruce WeberMusic: Chet BakerCinematography: Jeff PreissStars: Chet Baker, William Claxton, Chris Isaak, Lisa MarieProducer: Bruce WeberAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Documentary FeatureAward details: (details at IMDb)

Documentary about jazz great Chet Baker that intercuts footage from the 1950s, when he was part of West Coast Cool, and from his last years. We see the young Baker, he of the beautiful face, in California and in Italy, where he appeared in at least one movie and at least one jail cell (for drug possession). And, we see the aged Baker, detached, indifferent, his face a ruin. Includes interviews with his children and ex-wife, women companions, and musicians.

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