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‘Let’s Get Lost’

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This film, directed by Bruce Weber, not only speaks about the life of Chet Baker, but also a chronicle of a lifestyle of an era and what the artist represented for music.

Chet Baker (Yale, 1929 - Amsterdam, 1988) is one of the most popular jazz musicians in history, so much for his skills as a trumpet player and singer, as for a biography full of legend, hedonist, manipulator, drug addict, compulsive liar, womanizer, brawler and genius. That’s the way he is described, in in an intimate and delicate manner, by Bruce Weber in this film released twenty years ago. It includes interviews with his former partners, musicians and friends, including photographer William Claxton, who portrayed him in his moment of greatest splendor.

The projection of Let's Get Lost is part of the cycle Cinema & Jazz, held from November 12 to 15 in the 9th edition of the Jazz Voyeur Festival. The films are shown in their original language with subtitles in Castilian, Catalan and French.

 
Free
 

Thursday

15 November 2012

20:30 h.

   
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