Saw Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation (finally) last night.
Some thoughts:
1) Definitely seems autobiographical–The girl has the same hair style as Coppola, the same clothes (casual and Marc Jacobs) and the same non-verbal style. At one point, she calls her photo husband Jonsey–Coppola’s husband is/was Spike Jones.
2) Bill Murray is a genius. Murray’s combination of pathos, wit, and intelligence matches Chaplin.
3) Visually rich, the film implies more than it delivers emotionally.
4) The actors rock–Anna Faris, Scarlett Johansson, Murray all excel.

Saw Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation (finally) last night.
Some thoughts:
1) Definitely seems autobiographical–The girl has the same hair style as Coppola, the same clothes (casual and Marc Jacobs) and the same non-verbal style. At one point, she calls her photo husband Jonsey–Coppola’s husband is/was Spike Jones.
2) Bill Murray is a genius. Murray’s combination of pathos, wit, and intelligence matches Chaplin.
3) Visually rich, the film implies more than it delivers emotionally.
4) The actors rock–Anna Faris, Scarlett Johansson, Murray all excel.