And I certainly remembered the bylines of Chet Flippo and Ben Fong-Torres.
Chet was a reserved man, and you really drew him out over the course of the film.
The whole time of [Let's Get Lost] Chet and I always talked about Bob Mitchum.
Is it true that you first became interested in Chet as a subject when you saw his photograph at age 16?
The first film he made was Let's Get Lost in 1988, a touching, black-and-white portrait of the jazz musician Chet Baker.
The name of Harkness came from the instrument to focus Chet's attention.
"The trunk——" Chet began, but Teddy clutched his arm excitedly.
The name of that new satellite was on Chet's lips as his thin hand rested delicately upon the ball.
"Yes, it looked just like the mouth of a codfish," said Chet.
Chet shook his head and pointed away from the direction of the big divide, and at last he made him understand.