Jazz Noir - JAZZMI


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Friday 30 September

Jazz Noir


Investigation into the mysterious death of the legendary Chet




Anteo Palazzo del Cinema, Sala Nobel Eataly
Piazza Venticinque Aprile, 8

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A life of passion, jazz, debt and drugs that took shape in the tormented and enchanting notes coming out of his trumpet: this is Chet Baker, a true musical legend. SALA NOBEL, THE CINEMA-RISTORANTE CURATED BY EATALY INSIDE THE ANTEO – Palazzo del Cinema, is hosting an unmissable screening for every jazz fan, offering an aperitif built around the trumpeter.

Directed by Rolf van Eijk, with Steve Wall, Gijs Naber and Raymond Thiry.

Running time: 1 hour 27 minutes.

Year: 2018.

Genre: biographical.


Chet Baker’s tormented life ended in 1988 in Amsterdam with a death that is still shrouded in mystery. One night in May his body is found under the window of his hotel room, but it is unclear whether it was suicide, murder or a fatal accident. In this original and passionate biographical film, Detective Lucas is called in to try to figure out what might have happened: retracing Chet Baker’s last days, the police investigation is the pretext for plunging into the aching intensity of a jazz icon.


In 2005, New York’s legendary Milk & Honey bar created ‘The Chet Baker’: a tribute to the legendary trumpeter and his music, the intense rum-based cocktail quickly became a new classic. In Sala Nobel, the cinema-restaurant curated by Eataly inside the Anteo, the vision of Jazz Noir is accompanied by an aperitif built around ‘The Chet Baker’.

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