Witty, but not as much as one might think. This film just survives from joke to joke but don't count on much to keep you satisfied in-between.
To love something you know you can't have.
To forget responsibilities and live in that brief moment, knowing it won't last.
It captures the mood of two people at a crossroads in their lives so perfectly. The dialogue here feels natural, the little smiles, the stumbled words and the longing glances. Considering how short the script is, this somehow manages to say so much. In fact, it's in the silence that Lost in Translation feels most alive. With it's…