Sofia Coppola is one of the big names in world cinema. Screenwriter, director and producer, Sofia had since her childhood a great influence from her father, Francis Coppola – the one who directed the Godfather, remember?
Well, the girl grew up and appeared! She has already won Oscar, Golden Globe, BAFTA… I, as a big fan of her work, have separated 3 films that you need to watch.
Encounters and Mismatches (Lost in Translation)
This is the most famous film directed by Sofia. It was with this feature that she won the Oscar for best script in 2004, in addition to two Golden Globes. The film tells the story of Bob Harris (Bill Murray) and Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson) who meet at dawn in the city of Tokyo. The script is great and will certainly make you reflect a little on the concept of loneliness!
The Virgin Suicides (The Virgin Suicides)
This was the first film directed by Sofia Coppola. The drama is an adaptation of the work of Jeffrey Eugenides and talks about the history of the Lisbon family. The feature film depicts the story of the couple and their 5 daughters, in the 70s, and the strange outcome of each of the girls: suicide. It is worth watching!
The film depicts the life of Johnny Marco (Stephen Dorff), a great Hollywood actor, and his daughter Cleo (Elle Fanning). The 2010 feature film is a great reveal the other side of fame, full of boredom and problems. The location is very reminiscent of the hotel I stayed in LA and I told you about. The closest relationship with her daughter makes Johnny mature and take a new look at life.