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An Alternate View of 'Lost in Translation'

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An Alternate View of 'Lost in Translation'

An Alternate View of 'Lost in Translation'

An Alternate View of 'Lost in Translation'

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NPR's Setsuko Sato explains why a Japanese American, such as herself, reacts differently to Lost in Translation, an American film directed by Sofia Coppola and starring Bill Murray that is set in Japan.

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