Is Run Lola Run worth watching?

I would recommend Run Lola Run for anyone who is looking for a creative narrative and an INTENSE ride. The story is so unique and the film is so remarkably 90s Germany I love it. My favorite thing about the movie is how all of the characters interacted with each other as the movie played out.

Is Run Lola Run Family Friendly?

This is for sure an edgy PG-13, making it OK for 15 and up.

What happens at the end of Lola’s second run?

The film ends three times – the first with Lola dying, the second with her boyfriend Manni (Moritz Bleibtreu) dying, and finally one where the two successfully work things out.

What is the message of Run Lola Run?

It’s literal; we see Lola running, and so we accept her reality, even though the streets she runs through and the people she meets are altered in each story. The message is that the smallest events can have enormous consequences.

Why does Lola scream in Run Lola Run?

She believed she needed that money or Manni (Moritz Bleibtreu) would die. She orally takes charge of the rules of her world. She screams, and the ball ends up right where she wants it. She screams, and she wins.

Why is Lola’s hair red?

The colors red (Lola’s hair, numerous cars, telephone) and yellow (the phone box, supermarket, tram) appear very often in the film. These colors were selected by the director to signify danger. The reds are mainly in Lola’s scenes and yellows in Manni’s.

What happens when Lola screams?

Every time she screams, she effectively bends the rules of the universe around her. She eliminates the element of chance. She constructs her own certainty. The film kicks off with a quote about how life is a game – when Lola screams, she attempts to break those rules.

What film techniques are used in Run Lola Run?

Techniques such as the use of flashback and flash forward , this giving the film an idea that just by one slightest move or event can change your move in different ways. Other techniques that made this film interesting and attention grabbing is the use of animation, cross- cutting, birds eye view and medium shot.

What is discontinuity editing?

Discontinuity editing Discontinuous editing is an editing style that is the opposite of classical editing. In a discontinuous sequence, the filmmaker will deliberately use an arrangement of shots that seem out of place or confusing relative to a traditional narrative.

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