Lost in Translation is a steganographic encoder that exploits the possibilities of steganographically embedding information in the "noise'' created by automatic translation of natural language documents. Because natural language translation inherently creates plenty of room for variation, it is ideal for steganographic applications.
Lost in Translation is a film released in the United States on October 3, 2003. It was the second writing and directorial effort of Sofia Coppola, after The Virgin Suicides. It was nominated for four Academy Awards, including the Academy Award for Best Picture, the Academy Award for Best Actor for Bill Murray, and the Academy Award for Best Director for Sofia Coppola.