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‘Lost in Translation’ Finds Its Way to DVD
LOS ANGELES ( – Audiences will be able to find “Lost in Translation” at their video stores this February.
The critically acclaimed film from writer/director/producer Sofia Coppola will debut on DVD Tuesday, Feb. 3 and will include numerous bonus features.
“Lost” follows the poignant relationship between jaded American actor Bob Harris (Bill Murray) and the bored wife (Scarlett Johansson) of a workaholic photographer (Giovanni Ribisi) in Tokyo, and was inspired by Coppola’s time spent in Japan.
Besides the typical deleted scenes, theatrical trailer and music video, the DVD will include the behind-the-scenes look, “Found in Conversation,” which offers a dialogue between Coppola and Murray, discussing working in Japan, favorite scenes and casting choices.
The “Lost on Location” featurette includes exclusive footage shot by the filmmakers on DV camera from location scouting through the first days of production and beyond, and “Mathew’s Best Hit TV” offers an extended version of the hilarious Japanese TV show featured in the film.
“Lost in Translation” recently earned five Golden Globe nominations for best musical/comedy, best directing and writing by Coppola, best actor for Murray and best actress for Johansson. It was also awarded the “Golden Athena” (Best Film) award at the 2003 Athens International Film Festival.