From the director of The Virgin Suicides, Sofia Coppola, and shot entirely on location in Japan, Lost In Translation is a laugh-out-loud portrayal of loneliness and human connection. Featuring superior performances from Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson as Bob and Charlotte, two Americans in Tokyo. Bob is a movie star in town to shoot a whiskey commercial, while Charlotte is a young wife tagging along with her workaholic photographer husband. Through their respective insomnias, the two cross paths one night in the luxury hotel bar and strike up a surprisingly intimate friendship. As the unlikely pair venture through Tokyo together, having often hilarious encounters with its citizens, they ultimately discover a new belief in life's possibilities.
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checklist: 1) have you ever wondered how weird everything is in Japan? 2) do you appreciate travelling and getting new experiences? 3) have you ever been stuck up in a dead-end relationship? 4) do you like laughing? If you answer YES to any of these. You gotta check this movie out. It's going to be one of your favourites. The release leaves little to complain about. The main feature is crisp and clear. Some of the extras seem a bit hastily put together. Still, they nicely convey some perspective on a total immersion in a very foreign and special cultural environment. Enjoy!