the virgin suicides (1999)

“I like to let things play out, I like to show instead of tell. I didn’t even want to have the characters talk about themselves, I just wanted to let things unfold. What you don’t see is so much more powerful than what you do.

Those moments are so important, when you connect to someone. People are always so busy, so distracted. When you can make a connection and find an understanding with someone, it’s something you take with you forever.”

-sofia coppola

marie antoinette (2006)

Bill Murray, “Lost in Translation” (Sofia Coppola, 2003).

Bill Murray, “Lost in Translation” (Sofia Coppola, 2003).

somewhere (2010)

marie antoinette (2006)

the bling ring (2013)

"I wanted the film to be really naturalistic and the whole thing to be really minimal, and see how simply we could tell this story visually to not be aware of the camera, so you felt like you’re really alone with this guy, to make it as intimate as possible…I mean, even for me, the beginning [making circles with the Ferrari] is uncomfortable to watch, because it’s like, “ok he’s going to do it one more time,” but it tells the audience: “you know, if it’s not for you, you can leave right now, or you’re going to have to get with the pacing of it.” It makes you have to shift, so you’re used to being stimulated, and shift into this more introspective mood".
-Sofia Coppola

"I wanted the film to be really naturalistic and the whole thing to be really minimal, and see how simply we could tell this story visually to not be aware of the camera, so you felt like you’re really alone with this guy, to make it as intimate as possible…I mean, even for me, the beginning [making circles with the Ferrari] is uncomfortable to watch, because it’s like, “ok he’s going to do it one more time,” but it tells the audience: “you know, if it’s not for you, you can leave right now, or you’re going to have to get with the pacing of it.” It makes you have to shift, so you’re used to being stimulated, and shift into this more introspective mood".

-Sofia Coppola

Coppola says she conceived of Charlotte as someone who felt she could not relate to anyone, like she was speaking a different language. Charlotte wanders the city looking for meaning, but finds she is incapable of grasping it. After visiting a Buddhist temple, she calls her friend in the states and sobs, “I didn’t feel anything.”

Coppola says she conceived of Charlotte as someone who felt she could not relate to anyone, like she was speaking a different language. Charlotte wanders the city looking for meaning, but finds she is incapable of grasping it. After visiting a Buddhist temple, she calls her friend in the states and sobs, “I didn’t feel anything.”

detras de camaras collecion hawair (2014)

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