Sealy should give Sofia Coppola a cut of all its earnings. The director has made a career out of making movies about privileged, white people questioning their privileged, white people lives on their privileged, white people beds.
What made Lost in Translation her best work to date (after her directorial debut in The Virgin Suicides) was Tokyo. The questions that Coppola asks about the meaning of life become more palpable because of the isolation that Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson), and Bob Harris (Bill Murray), a mid-career actor, face in an environment that almost feels like another world. read more.