R | | Drama
The film's Spanish title in South America, "Perdidos en Tokio", Chinese title "Mi Shi Dong Jing", and its Hebrew title in Israel, "Avudim be-Tokio", all mean "Lost in Tokyo", meaning that the titles themselves were literally lost in translation. The... ...
Welcome to Tokyo.
Bob: Thank you very much.
Ms. Kawasaki: My name is Kawasaki. Nice to meet you.
Bob: I've heard of you. Thank you.
At the end of the scene where Charlotte first sees Bob in the elevator, she does not actually exit the elevator. At the far right side of the screen, her purse is visible, revealing that she is just standing there.
Thanks to Mom and Dad, Roman, Spike, Steph, Kun, Zoe and Xan, Robert and Stacey, Staff of Park Hyatt Tokyo....
English, Japanese, German, French
$167,255 (Poland) (22 February 2003)
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