Movie House Memories

Lost in Translation (2003)

Episode #135

Focus Features released Lost in Translation to theaters on October 3, 2003. Sofia Coppola directed the film which starred Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, and Giovanni Ribisi.

‘Lost in Translation’ Movie Summary

Lost in Translation begins with an aging movie star named Bob Harris and a lonely newlywed named Charlotte staying separately at a Tokyo hotel while they are in town for business. Bob is there to film a Japanese whiskey commercial; Charlotte accompanies her celebrity-photographer husband for a photo shoot. After another sleepless night, the two have a chance meeting in the hotel bar. They soon find comfort and understanding from among the bright Tokyo lights. In short order, the two form an unlikely bond that is genuine and heartfelt which leads them to reflect on what’s important in their lives.

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Focus Features released Lost in Translation to theaters on October 3, 2003. Sofia Coppola directed the film starring Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, and Giovanni Ribisi.

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  1. Really enjoyed this review guys. Couldn’t agree more with your views (except Matt’s). This is a truly wonderful film which brings more insight the more you view it. And, I just love Bill Murray in this. Also, I’ve heard that the Kelly character was based on Cameron Diaz, don’t know if it’s true though.

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