Lost in translation. by. Sofia Coppola. Shooting Draft. Lost in Translation, Inc. September 2, 2002.
The real star of Lost In Translation is undoubtedly the Park Hyatt in West Tokyo’s upscale Shinjuku business district, one of the world’s most expensive hotels.
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One fine example of when I got lost in translation is when I was at the hotel restaurant at the Hilton one evening…. I was sitting at the bar and the bartender walks up to me, puts his hands on the bar in front of me, looked at me, and said “Bahr-be.”
Lost In Translation filming location: the hotel: Park Hyatt Hotel, Tokyo.
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* Shibuya Crossing is the worlds busiest crossing and has appeared in a countless number of films and ‘Lost In Translation’ is no exception as it appears on screen after 18, 35 and 62 minutes.