There is something very femininely dreamy and melancholy about all of Sofia Coppola's movies; watching them is like looking at an old blurry polaroid picture or a holding up a sheer piece of fabric in front of a window framing the late afternoon sun.
She is the director responsible for such films as Lost in Translation, Marie Antoinette, and The Virgin Suicides. They are the kind of movies where there is so much more going on with each character than what's spoken in dialogue. The women are always mysterious- the way they are in real life.
"Obviously, doctor, you've never been a thirteen-year-old girl."