Lost in Translation

Lost in Translation (2003)

Plot summary

An aging married actor played by Bill Murray who has cast aside his acting integrity in exchange for popular stardom is in Japan for a whiskey commercial. There, he meets a younger woman who is equally lonely as a result of her husband being a professional photographer out on assignments constantly. The two meet, flirt- have an ambiguous relationship for several days but never kiss. "Bob" and "Charlotte" have much in common- both are lonely and looking to find themselves despite being married.

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Mistakes

When Bob puts Charlotte into her bed, he first lays her down with her skirt slightly pulled down so that her belly button is showing. In the next shot, the skirt is pulled up to meet the bottom of her shirt-barely any skin is visible.

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Even though she did not win an Oscar for "Best Director," Sofia Coppola became the first American female director and the second female director to be nominated for that award. No woman had ever won "Best Director." Interesting enough, she was nominated nearly exactly a decade after the first female director (for "The Piano") was nominated.

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