Lost in Translation

November 13, 2009

Lost in Translation‘ … or …rather  lost in reality? I still wonder. Thlirring … whoops … thrilling  to some extent. Some encounters – in movies or in life – tend to leave us lost. But there is a good side to feeling lost, as then one discovers what is truly meaningful – both in translations and in life situations.

2 Responses to “Lost in Translation”

  1. astral_buddy Says:

    Moreover, it’s quite embarrassing and sarcastic how they represented the Japanese particularities, within their pathetic approach to copy and obey the western world, rather than the usual respect and cult to Japan’s cultural environment.

  2. Rayn@ Says:

    I didn’t think of that aspect while watching the movie, but now that you mention it – agree. Thanks.

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