And yet again, there is just that one reference that is crazy to do. A certain character quotes the name of the movie The Spirit of St. Louis in Japanese, but the title is entirely different, translating to literally “My wings, those are the lights of Paris!” This is in reference to the legendary trans-Atlantic flight of Charles Lindbergh from New York to Paris, specifically the 1957 movie about him. But of course, what this means is that to accurately translate the line, I had to read through the actual movie script to find if the Japanese title was in the original English one. And of course, it wasn’t. As usual, the Japanese made up their own quote for a legendary foreigner. So in the end, to properly match the line, I ended up using the English title of the movie. So now you know what that random-sounding line means.