Rolling Stone - 05/18/1989
"...As haunting and heartbreaking as a Baker solo..."
New York Times - 03/24/1989
"...Gorgeously stylish....[Weber] displays an unerring eye for the strikingly evocative image..."
Entertainment Weekly - 06/22/2007
"Weber created just about the only documentary that works like a novel, inviting you to read between the lines of Baker's personality." -- Grade: A-
Los Angeles Times - 01/11/2008
"[A] haunting documentary....[With] luminous black-and-white cinematography, which seems to eliminate the distance between the decades."
This film follows Baker and his music over the years and includes musicians from the early west coast movement, and his family and friends commenting on what it was like to hang out with the great jazz trumpeter. Directed by renowned fashion photographer Bruce Weber, LET'S GET LOST is beautifully lit and framed, the contrasts of the black and white photography adding an intensity to the documentary.
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