The lead character is rich, famous, and easily fucks ultra-hot gals, yet the only bright thing in his life seems to be her beloved daughter (who is given a flawless portrayal). This feeling of purposelessness is well-punctuated by Sofia Coppola's superb direction of loong takes and a story where nealy nothing happens. This movie is a greater favorite to the director's earlier Lost in Translation, which covered similar territory; the lead is far more interesting, and does not have that irritating Japanese tv host.