Lost in Translation
Japan, United States of America (US), 2003, 102 minutes
Everyone wants to be found.
Lost in Translation Synopsis

Two lost souls visiting Tokyo -- the young, neglected wife of a photographer and a washed-up movie star shooting a TV commercial -- find an odd solace and pensive freedom to be real in each other's company, away from their lives in America.

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Reviewed by Bartonelster
This is Sofia Coppola's sophomore film after doing the movie The Virgin Suicides. I suddenly became a fan of this film. At first, I really thought that the film would... more
This is Sofia Coppola's sophomore film after doing the movie The Virgin Suicides. I suddenly became a fan of this film. At first, I really thought that the film would be very boring but after I watched it, I suddenly got the idea of making this kind of film. The film is a very simple story that is showed wondrously and leaves you wanting for more. I love it! Coppola’s works really were phenomenon!
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Reviewed by Jacktorrance
One of my favorite Sofia Coppola’s films. I like how Coppola inserted a lot of silent parts of the film that made me feel as if I also got lost... more
One of my favorite Sofia Coppola’s films. I like how Coppola inserted a lot of silent parts of the film that made me feel as if I also got lost in translation. This is a magnificent and mature film about finding a connection. I also like how Coppola used the setting to show the viewers how lost the characters are in many aspects. Another quality film made by a well respected director. Two thumbs up!
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