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Lost in Tokyo
Posted on: Saturday, February 28, 2004 Category: Cities

There's a scene in the film Lost in Translation in which the Bill Murray character receives a phone call from his wife. He's in a Tokyo hotel room, she's at home in the US. "Have fun," she says, signing off. "It's not fun," growls Bill Murray of the strange city glittering beyond his window. "It's just very very different."

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