When Sofia Coppola was workshopping the script for Lost In Translation (2003) with an acting class, Rashida Jones was among the students and played the part of Charlotte, which ended up going to Scarlett Johansson when the film went into production. See more »
At ~32:30, when Felix is driven in his car through Manhattan, the interior is not of his early 1990s Mercedes S-class. The front window has a small front "mini" window area, and the side (wing) mirrors are not attached to the A-pillars, as is the case on the S500. See more »
If you've navigated the jagged coastline, the habits, the repetition, the banality of a relationship losing its limerence, the chances are you wont have had a Bill Murray character to amplify your concerns when your partner becomes distracted. Here he becomes a canvass to paint upon, facilitating a stylus to sketch familiar territories and outlines encountered by many a maturing relationship, albeit with a significant bias founded in his own infidelity. Beautifully performed and full of wit, the dialogue between Laura and her father is a delight to be savoured.
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