I bought one!

Coppola’s ‘Lost’ Finds Pot of Gold
LOS ANGELES ( – A rising tide of critical and audience acclaim, marked by four Academy Award nominations and three Golden Globe, has translated into breakthrough sales for the “Lost in Translation” DVD release. In only seven days, since its release on Feb. 3, the DVD has sold over one million units.
Additionally, the film, currently in over 600 theaters, has continued its theatrical success with a modest 19 percent drop over the weekend.
“Even with the film still being in theaters, the DVD has sold-through at an incredibly high rate at retail. This unprecedented release pattern, both in theaters and on DVD, demonstrates that for this title, the market can robustly sustain both releases by capitalizing on the incredible awareness among audiences,” says Universal Studios Home Video President Craig Kornblau.
The film landed Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, Best Actor (Bill Murray), Best Screenplay (Sofia Coppola) and Best Director (Sofia Coppola). The directorial nomination marks the first time an American woman has ever been included in this category.
The film also took home three top Golden Globes including Best Motion Picture [Musical or Comedy], Best Performance by an Actor (Bill Murray) and Best Screenplay (Sofia Coppola). Hailed by critics as Coppola’s most extraordinary work yet, “Lost in Translation” has also received eight BAFTA nominations including Best Film.
Bob Harris (Murray) and Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson) are two Americans in Tokyo. Bob is a movie star in town to shoot a whiskey commercial, while Charlotte is a young woman tagging along with her workaholic photographer husband (Giovanni Ribisi).
Unable to sleep, Bob and Charlotte cross paths one night in the luxury hotel bar. This chance meeting develops into a surprising friendship. Shot on location in Japan, the film contemplates the unexpected connections we make that might not last — yet stay with us forever.
The DVD boasts bonus features including “A Conversation with Bill Murray & Sofia Coppola.” Interviewed in Rome, they exchange thoughts about filming on-location in Japan, their favorite scenes, and why Coppola targeted Murray for the role. The DVD also contains deleted scenes; “Lost on Location,” a behind-the-scenes documentary which features exclusive footage shot by the filmmakers.