Movie review of Lost in Translatoin
On Monday, 8/31, I finished watching Lost in Translation.
Bill Murray plays an actor who's in Japan for a week to shoot a few commercials and do some promotional activities. He's feeling a bit lost in life, and lost in Japan.
He befriends Scarlett Johansson, who's married to a photographer who basically ditches her at the hotel while he goes off an a series of photo shoots.
So, they're both at the same Japanese hotel. The movie is basically two lost souls, crossing paths.
It's a quiet movie. Nothing hilarious, but a few mildly amusing bits.
The sort of movie you could watch at two in the morning -- it has that late-night kinds of feel.
Some cussing (I think), and a few sexual situations and some brief nudity. No violence that I remember.
I think that if you're middle-aged -- or just feeling a bit lost in life -- it'll appeal to you.