meh, if that is what he said, it was more powerful that we couldn't hear him.
I was watching a television show we have over here called "The Culture Show," which had an interview with Sofia Coppola. During the segment, the interviewer, Mark Kermode, asked her what Bill Murray said at the end of "Lost In translation," and, like she has in every interview, she refused to say. However, once the cut back to the main studio, the other presenter revealed that they had played the scene through some highle sensitive audio equipment, and they believe they now know what he said.
This may be old news, I don't know. But, if you don't what to know what they suspect it to be, don't click below.
Murray apparently said...
Now, after hearing that, I went back and rewatched that scene, and the last word does sound like what they suspect it to be.
You're predisposed to hearing that once you're looking for it. I don't know if it's legit or not, but I wouldn't trust what you think you hear.Originally Posted by Technofear
EDIT: Also, I feel that trying to decipher what was said is missing the point completely.
Cool. But I'm glad it was left inaudible.
ahh...I'd rather not know...
I was thinking the same thing.Originally Posted by Taki Soma
I think it's better that it's left a mystery, open for our own translation. It says a lot about the movie's overall theme and how we want to make our own ending.
Possibly.Originally Posted by MattJohnson
Although you can judge for yourself, if you want. Turn your speakers up high.
Sounds like "I like your boobs", to me.