Drama movie news-Prologue.Despite being surrounded by countless people, I still feel incredibly lonely
In the final act of 'Lost Tokyo', Bob Harris, played by Bill Murray, tightly hugged Charlotte, played by Scarlett Johnson, gave her a passionate kiss, and then whispered a few words in her ear. This kiss and subsequent whispers are not in the script, and as for what Murray said, only he, Scarlett, and director Sofia Coppola may know.
After the digital version of the film was released, several people used technical means to reproduce this whispering online, resulting in several versions. Even so, in the bustling streets of Tokyo, this line is too weak to be heard clearly, so to this day, it is still a mystery.
Drama movie news-Equally enigmatic is the film itself
Despite receiving four Academy Award nominations and winning the Best Original Screenplay award for young Sophia Coppola, there is still a lot of criticism for this film, one of which is calling it the kind of movie where almost nothing happens. Although Bob and Charlotte once shared a room and slept in unison, there was no further relationship. Two lonely people found a moment of comfort in each other in the vast city, that's all. This brief week did not seem to leave many traces on them. Bob returned to the United States to continue his acting career, and of course, he also had to face his family again; Charlotte may still continue to set out in search of her life goals, and the direction of her relationship with her boyfriend John is not explained in the film.
The entire film, like Bob's last little-known whisper, seems to say something, but it is difficult to articulate. Perhaps what remains in the audience's heart is not the story itself, but the neon metropolis, Scarlett's slightly green smile at the age of seventeen, and the conversation between the two that is so simple that it is enough for you to chew on for a lifetime.
55-year-old American film star Bob Harris went to Japan to participate in the "Ring" brand whiskey advertisement produced by Suntory. Due to not adapting to Japanese culture, he not only made many jokes but also felt a deep separation here. Charlotte, who had just graduated and only been married for two years, came to Tokyo on a business trip with her thirty-year-old photographer husband John. The latter was extremely busy and focused on her work. Charlotte felt both undervalued and extremely lonely in this bustling city. Both drama movie news lived at the Park Hyatt Hotel in Shinjuku, where they got to know each other amidst boredom. After this joint adventure that spread throughout Tokyo, the two of them got closer and closer, and the discomfort of living in a foreign land gradually dissipated. Instead, they became somewhat reluctant to part with each other. But the feast that never ends, no matter how the relationship between the two is defined, will eventually come to an end, and the story will come to an end after the last scene mentioned earlier.
Bob and Charlotte did not have their first conversation until half an hour after the drama movie began. Prior to this, the camera mainly focused on Bob, who was a difficult to calculate (two million dollars per advertisement) film star who came alone to shoot the advertisement. Obviously, this was his first time in Japan, and he made many jokes. Not only did he not even know how to use chopsticks, but he couldn't find a TV program that he could understand, and he couldn't comfortably get wet, Even in a job that should have been familiar with the road, it gets very unpleasant due to language barriers. The difficulty of integrating into foreign cultures made him feel frustrated, while his wife, who was far away from home, pressed him step by step with various trivial matters, making him even more embarrassed.