Lost In Translation Movie Review

Lost In Translation Movie Review - David De Wit Professor...

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David De Wit Professor Rehn Comm 255 April 20, 2008 Lost In Translation Review Most of us have felt hopelessly adrift in our lives, like we were set on autopilot and just going through the motions one day after another. Most of us, at one point, have questioned what we are doing with our lives and wondered if we were really happy. Lost In Translation really pinpoints these feelings and thoughts of longing and hopelessness in life in a very realistic way. Bob Harris is an actor who is going through the process of becoming "washed up." Once a famous actor in Hollywood motion pictures, he is now doing commercials for whisky in Japan for money that he desperately needs. He truly hates that he has to stoop to the level of doing these commercials in order to make money, and he is wondering if this is the kind of thing that he is going to have to keep doing for the rest of his life. He is not in love with his wife anymore and would divorce her, but he loves his children too much to put them through that. He is stuck in Japan. He can't sleep at night due to the jet lag.
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