翻訳で失われるIf you are the kind that sometimes feels lonely in a crowd, finds somewhat unintelligible the idioms of all kinds of relationships, sometimes dissolve spontaneously into tears when no one is looking, into your visor or onto your pillow, are continuously unsure of the hands dealt out to you, have had the experience to understand that some of the best times in life are tiny and fleeting and irretrievable, for whom time hangs interminably with hostility and can be filled with a hundred different actions but you choose to stuff them with a million irreconciliable thoughts, curled up and seeking solace in the one person you're both stuck with and can rely on, i.e. yourself; if you are this kind, then perhaps you will like to see Lost in Translation.
The title of this post, if you haven't guessed it yet, is the Japanese translation of the phrase "Lost in Translation" according to the WorldLingo service . If you happen to have settings in your browser that don't render the title correctly and make it look like "?????", then you know what happened, right? It got "lost in translation".