The 2016 Louisiana International Film Festival (LIFF) announce its lineup of feature films, including Ethan Hawke as troubled jazz legend Chet Baker in BORN TO BE BLUE.
Born to be Blue
NAME OF FILM: BORN TO BE BLUE
DIRECTOR(S): Robert Budreau
STARRING: Ethan Hawke and Carmen Ejogo
GENRE: Drama Film
SYNOPSIS: Born to be Blue is a reimagining of jazz trumpeter Chet Baker’s life in the 1960s. When Chet is cast to star in a film about himself, a romance heats up with his female co-star, the enigmatic Jane. But his comeback bid is derailed when his past returns to haunt him and it appears he may never play music again.
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