January 13, 2004
Lost In Translation DVD

If you're like me and saw the movie, picked up the original soundtrack and even bought the limited edition sountrack, then the arrival of the Lost In Translation DVD on February 3, 2004 makes you very happy. The DVD will include these extras:

A conversation with director Sofia Coppola and actor Bill Murray
"Lost on Location" - behind-the-scenes featurette including exclusive footage shot by the filmmakers
Deleted scenes
"Matthew's Best Hit TV" - an extended version of the Japanese TV show
Music video
Widescreen anamorphic format

Posted by david on January 13, 2004

I absolutely cannot wait.
yipee. I guess I better buy a dvd player before then.

Posted by: pea on January 13, 2004 12:31 PM

I finally became a DVD player owner in November, and have only three DVD's. This one will be #4.

Posted by: david on January 13, 2004 01:01 PM

One of the crappy things about living here is that we only have one one-screen "indie" theater, and I end up having to wait to see a lot of movies.

We just hooked up our sex-ay home theater system last night. "Lost In Translation" will be at the top of my must-see list (I liked "Virgin Suicides".) Yipee!

(p.s. We're slowly-but-surely building our DVD collection. I just keep wondering what's going to come along and make the DVD collection as obsolete as our VHS movies.)

Posted by: kelly on January 13, 2004 01:57 PM

This is good news! I already pre-ordered it from a seller on eBay, but didn't even know what all the extra features were going to be.

As far as building a dvd collection goes, you can usually get really good prices on things that are 6 mos. to a year old there on eBay (provided you're patient enough to wait).

Posted by: Paul on January 13, 2004 04:03 PM

I pick up many books and CD's already on eBay, it's nice to know that DVD's are plentiful as well.

Posted by: david on January 13, 2004 04:22 PM

(This is only slightly related to the subject, but) Have you seen CQ, written and directed by Sophia's brother, Roman Coppola? Extremely stylish - some may say to the detriment of substance - and featuring an extraordinary soundtrack. And though it would seem most DVD bonus material is a pointless waste of the viewer's precious time, the stuff on CQ is tres cool.

Posted by: highronimus on January 14, 2004 09:29 AM


Posted by: ryan on February 3, 2004 06:42 PM
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