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The second film by Sofia Coppola was acclaimed by the critics, and with fair reasons. It shows in a subtle but deep way the contrasts between Japanese and American cultures, utilizing the amazing city of Tokyo as a background for this. Characters are immerse in a quite different environment, which atmosphere is shown through the scenes where they interact with the foreign surroundings. This atmospheres are represented in a way beyond the typical approach of other films, trying somehow to really understand how this spaces are perceived. As always, we wait for your comments about the movie and specifically about this culture shock concept and architecture. MAIN INFO Original Title: Lost in Translation Year: 2003 Runtime: 105 min. Country: United States, Japan Director: Sofía Coppola Writer: Sofía Coppola Soundtrack: Brian Reitzell Cinematography: Lance Acord Cast: Scarlett Johansson, Bill Murray, Giovanni Ribisi, Anna Faris, Akiko Takeshita, Ryuichiro Baba, Catherine Lambert View more View full description
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