Lost in Translation (Blu-ray SteelBook) (Zavvi Exclusive) [UK]

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Release date: December 11, 2017
Purchase link: Zavvi (Pre-order Sunday, November 12 @ around 6PM GMT)
Price: £15.99

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Mar 24, 2013
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The internet tells me he says, rather anticlimactically

"I have to be leaving, but I won't let that come between us. Okay?"
In the script Murray's line was, "I know, I’m going to miss you, too”
Back in 2003 Bill Murray was asked if we can know the final line and he said, "You never will."

As a whisper . . . with no subtitles . . . it's kind of between the two characters and very much a private moment . . . but it's certainly got people talking about the film ever since (lol).

I like to think the final line was the title of the film . . .
 
Jul 20, 2016
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Never actually seen this film yet....but is this popular enough to have a steelbook released for it ?, oh wait it's a Zavvi release....anything goes with them these days.

But seriously, I need to see this film, people keep banging on about it.
Hated it.
 

C.C. 95

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#44
In the script Murray's line was, "I know, I’m going to miss you, too”
Back in 2003 Bill Murray was asked if we can know the final line and he said, "You never will."

As a whisper . . . with no subtitles . . . it's kind of between the two characters and very much a private moment . . . but it's certainly got people talking about the film ever since (lol).

I like to think the final line was the title of the film . . .
Not quite as famous as the last line in The Quiet Man.
Maureen O'Hara said it was private between herself, John Wayne, and John Ford. She said they would never tell, and take it to their graves - which they did.
That is the most famous unheard last line.
 
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Yes!!!!

Ordered (with discount code of course!)

 

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#53
F*cks sake, missed the code

I’ll order on a drop now
 
Sep 17, 2017
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Anyone got the link for that welcome code? Fancy giving it a try.