Lost In Translation

Model: 8222064A

SKU: 205300 Product ID: 703995

Format ‐ DVD

Genre ‐ Comedy

Rating ‐ PG

Consumer Advice ‐ Sexual references, low level coarse language

Release Date ‐ 05/05/04

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    Charlotte, fresh out of Yale with a degree in philosophy, is in Tokyo with her husband, a photographer whose work takes him away that week. She's adrift, her soul on ice. Bob, mid-50s, a semi-retired movie star, is there to make $2 million doing a Scotch ad. At home are a wife and young children, but he's jaded and melancholy. Both are jet-lagged, and Tokyo's culture and language push them further off kilter. When they meet in the hotel bar and spend their free time together for a few days, possibilities arise amidst the losses. Their friendship becomes an experience: does he have something to teach; can she reconnect him to life?

    Special Features:
    Found In Conversation - An intimate and exclusive look into the Making of the Film
    Interviewed in Rome - The Cast exchange thoughts about filming on-location in Japan
    Deleted Scenes
    Lost On Location - A Behind The Scenes Documentary which Features Exclusive Footage by the Filmmakers on DV camera
    Mathew's Best Hit TV - An Extended Version of the hilarious Japanese TV show
    Music Video - ''City Girl" by Kevin Shields.


    Director - Sofia Coppola

    Actors - Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, Giovanni Ribisi, Anna Faris

    Film Genre - Comedy

    Label - Universal Pictures

    Audio - English (Dolby Digital 5.1)

    Subtitles - English/Spanish

    Running Time - 101

    Aspect ratio - 1.33:1

    Region Coding - 4

    TV Standard - PAL

    Rating - PG

    Consumer Advice - Sexual references, low level coarse language

    Year of Release - 2003

    Primary Format - Movies/TV - DVD


Rated 1 out of 5 by from All a bit too "lost".... Sofia Coppola (actor, "The Godfather Part 3; director "The Virgin Suicides") directs Bill Murray (Ghostbusters 1984) and Scarlett Johannson ( The Horse Whisperer) in this very dry, yet well written and therefore witty entertaining film, about, inter alia, the expereinces an aging Hollywood actor trying to re-make himself in Japan by filming an advert about Scotch and a young actress trying to make her mark. The film has its share of tension due to the age differences between Murray and Johannson; yet falls flat overall. Could have been better. Should have been better. Miss Coppola has improved since: "The Virgin Suicides" is probably her most mature effort.
Date published: 2019-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Must see If you have visited Japan, this is a must see. Very funny and very true. Bill Murray is so funny in it.
Date published: 2016-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great film. Stunning acting. Very happy with a great film at such a low price. Thank you.
Date published: 2017-06-17
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