Bruce Weber, in Toronto tosupport a Dialogues screening of his 1988 documentary Let's Get Lost, has announced that his next project will definitelybe his long-cherished Nice Girls Don'tStay For Breakfast: A Portrait Of Robert Mitchum.
Described by Weber as a"musical documentary," the project is a profile of
Narrated by the
The unseen and unheardrecordings include standards sung by Mitchum as duetswith Dr John, Marianne Faithfull and Rickie Lee Jonesat Capitol Records studios in
Scheduled for a late 2007release, the film-makers hope to have the project finished in time to submit forCannes 2007. In addition to the soundtrack, there are plans for a book of stillphotography shot during the making of the film, combined with archival photosfrom Mitchum's nearly 55 years as a film star.