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  1. subirángela gutiérrez
    August 21, 2009

    This interview has inspired me to write my first screenplay. I have written so many plays, in many languages and yet knowing that he was so unsure of himself and it took him that one “try” to just get out there and see his real gift…well, I simply cannot wait anymore.

    Thank you.

    So much.

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  2. Amidy
    March 8, 2010

    Thank you so much for doing this interview! One of my favorite past times is watching movies. I can movie search at a video store for hours like people who go shopping for the right jeans. I had ramdomly looked at the DVD cover because of it’s name. At the time I was picking a movie to take to my mom’s and I knew I couldn’t take this without watching it first to check for inappropiateness. So I put it in my memory bank for later. Then I went to rent this movie right after getting the harsh hit of realization that my bestfriend (whose a guy) is officially going out with a girl I don’t want him to be with. And that OUR TIME together is now going to be hers as well and I have no control of it. So I went for this movie thinking maybe some truth or comfort will come out of it or me from watching it. And I fell in love. The movie was soooooo awesome. I feel connected to it. And the acting, well it’s just soo real and sweet. I’ve watched this movie 5 or 6 times and I’ve only had the movie for 3 days. No matter how many times I’ve seen it, I did get tired of it or certain parts, I just admire more and more the two friends. And now I’m web surfing to find out about the director’s thoughts which lead me here. Thank you!

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  3. Lorraine
    February 8, 2011

    I truly loved this movie. Thank you so much for your interview and your wonderful review. In watching it (sadly only now as I don’t get to watch movies that much), I felt that exact same longing channeled through when I saw Lost In Translation. It truly struck a chord.

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  4. chazglen
    May 16, 2011

    The scene at Christmas in Montreal: It still doesn’t fit into the timeline of the movie for me… unless (as I hope) it is TOMORROW. The only way it seemed to work out was if the snow scene that kept her with Wes one more day was TODAY and that the flight back to Tokyo to tell Kai that it wasn’t working out would be the beginning of TOMORROW.

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  5. chazglen
    May 16, 2011

    The scene at Christmas in Montreal: It still doesn’t fit into the timeline of the movie for me… unless (as I hope) it is TOMORROW. The only way it seemed to work out was if the snow scene that kept her with Wes one more day was TODAY and that the flight back to Tokyo to tell Kai that it wasn’t working out would be the beginning of TOMORROW.

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