Off topic: 'Lost In Translation' - The movie
Thread poster: Stathis_K
| | Stathis_K
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English to Greek
After seeing 'Lost In Translation', I couldn't help wondering whether Japanese really uses so many words to convey even the simplest meaning. I'm talking about the part where they are shooting the advertisement and the director is giving directions to Bill Murray. I guess it was a bit exaggerated... Any other comments about the movie? I didn't like it, although I had a very positive feeling about it. I believe 'Virgin Suicides' was a far, far, far better and significant movie.
| Same here, you should have gone with no expectations! || Apr 15, 2004 |
I thought it was going to be a lighthearted comedy about a guy lost in Japan.
The poster certainly suggested it -- Bill Murray looking his best in a Japanese hotel room.
Was I in for a surprise...
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'Lost In Translation' - The movie
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