Scarlett Johansson in a podcast told how she met Bill Murray by chance after years, with whom she shared the indie success of Lost In Translation of 2003.
Lost In Translation by Sofia Coppola in 2003 was a real turning point for its interpreters, Bill Murray e Scarlett Johansson: confirmed the former’s desire to abandon the logic of the cinema of the big studios, and at the same time definitively consecrated the charm of Scarlett. Just her the latter told the podcast of Gwyneth Paltrow, Goop, as she has accidentally met Bill again in a bar… and together they recalled the curious period of twenty years agowhen they shared that strange set.
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Soon in Asteroid City Of Wes Anderson (from 23 June in the hall, the usual presence of Bill Murray is not confirmed) Scarlett Johansson she recounted how she stumbled upon her partner by pure chance some time ago Lost In Translation (2003), just Bill. It’s a delicate and affectionate episode, in a rather black period for Murray, ousted from a set for “inappropriate behavior” and accused by many of having proved intractable in his career. Scarlett, however, has woven a little smiling memory.
I hadn’t seen him in like ten years, a long time. I walk into a bar with my ex-boyfriend from a long time ago… e there was only one person. It was Bill Murray. He was so curious. I entered, I saw him sitting there, without anyone else, I went: “My God!” (…) I decided: “Okay, now I have to understand what is being said.” It was like a dream he too was surprised. To be honest, it’s been a while therapeutic. We talked about that period. (…) I think that film was tough for him too, because there were several things at stake, in his family and in his marriage. Even he admitted that he didn’t understand what we were doing in Tokyo during those weeks. In my opinion, his way of dealing with everything was a bit bipolar. I don’t know, but we had a cathartic experience in that absurd bar.