Poster ID: CL46297
Original Title: Let's Get Lost (2)
English Title: Let's Get Lost
Designer: photo: William Claxton
Year of Poster: 1980s
Actor/Artist/Director: Chet Baker, dir. Bruce Weber
Studio: Little Bear Films
Country of Poster: American
Country of Film: American
Size: 46 x 37 inches = 117 x 94 cm
Notes: Rare style E poster w/ WIlliam Claxton photo
Let's Get Lost (1988) is a American documentary film about the turbulent life and career of jazz trumpeter Chet Baker written and directed by Bruce Weber.
Let's Get Lost begins near the end of Baker's life, on the beaches of Santa Monica, and ends at the Cannes Film Festival. Weber uses these moments in the present as bookends to the historic footage contained in the bulk of the film. The documentation ranges from vintage photographs by William Claxton in 1953 to appearances on The Steve Allen Show and kitschy, low budget Italian films Baker did for quick money.
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