Lost in Translation

Lost in translation- This is the movie that was her “break through” one, she won awards for it.

 

At the start of the movie you know he’s a famous business man, or he’s an actor.

He travels the world and seems to sleep with random women he meets

There’s this woman that’s also in Tokyo and she doesn’t seem happy in the beginning, she seems homesick

Is he watching his own movie/show when he’s in his hotel room alone at 16 mins in?

Again with a possible stripper/prostitute.

He seems to be lonely in the beginning and maybe he isn’t making much money so that’s why he sticks to doing this ad in Tokyo.

He struggles to understand everything, from what people are saying to even the gym equipment

You find out that she’s married and it seems like it’s one of those that they seem happy on the outside kind of but on the inside it’s horrible and lonely because her husband is all about work (married for 2 years)

You also find out that he has a wife and child, it seems happy but he misses his son’s birthday (married for 25 long ones)

I feel like her husband is having an affair with the actress/model…. And She’s having an affair with bob

Why are they getting shot at with bb guns ??

I feel like she could be his daughter

Sofia Coppola really seems to like nude women and explicit scenes

Every time he talks with his wife its about carpet, Is that like a metaphor for other things

Is she jealous that he has another girl in his room when she asks to go to get food with him

Woahhhh they kissed at 1:25 that being an hour and 25 min in

I’m still confused as to what is “lost in translation”

He is so love struck over her I don’t get it

They both cheat on their spouses many times. I don’t get this at all

I don’t understand this movie at all, honestly I don’t understand why this was her big hit movie. I personally enjoyed The virgin suicides much more and found that the plot was much more noticeable and made slight sense.

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