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
Bob Harris is an over-the-hill movie star alone in Tokyo to film an advertisement for Suntory whisky, and his midlife crisis is straining his 25-year marriage with Lydia. Also, staying in the hotel is Charlotte, a young college graduate whose husband, John, is a celebrity photographer on assignment in Tokyo. Far away from her friends and family, she feels alone and abandoned.
For the first few days, Bob and Charlotte cross paths in the hotel without speaking to one another until they finally meet at the hotel bar one sleepless night. Eventually, on a chance meeting at the hotel pool, Charlotte invites Bob for a fun night out in Tokyo with some local friends, and the two form a warm bond.read full summary
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