Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation 2003

Everyone wants to be found.

Two lost souls visiting Tokyo -- the young, neglected wife of a photographer and a washed-up movie star shooting a TV commercial -- find an odd solace and pensive freedom to be real in each other's company, away from their lives in America.

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22 users call this movie movie a favorite, including marcelfahle, pilarandrada, CihadÖge, ProfessorDub and dmullen (show all)
samyz wrote:

Slow-paced, contemplative and sometimes really funny, Lost in Translation managed to achieve a cult film status thanks to its immersive atmosphere (beautiful scenery, soundtrack by Air) and a simple yet touching story between two great characters. A must see.

Alex wrote:

It's about love, friendship, growing up, being lost. It's two brilliant actors brought together by one of the best directors of our generation. By far my favourite movie.

ramshorst wrote:

By the end of this movie i felt like i was in a cloud.
I consider this an excellent movie to watch alone.

Martin wrote:

This movie is a real piece of art.

It's also funny how the directors point out the stupidness of Japanese's programs (no offense).

rweir wrote:

bizarrely beautiful.

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