Themes[ edit ] The film touches on themes such as free will vs. Through brief flash-forward sequences of still images, Lola's fleeting interactions with bystanders are revealed to have surprising and drastic effects on their future lives, serving as concise illustrations of chaos theory 's butterfly effectin which minor, seemingly inconsequential variations in any interaction can blossom into much wider results than is often recognized. However, another explanation is that Lola's interactions with them didn't really cause anything.
Run Lola Run appeared infully formed and unlike anything movie audiences had seen before. It also captured the imagination of fellow filmmakers, many of whom cite Run Lola Run as a major influence.
I always feel like, what do you mean? So the right translation for this character and this story was to make it a frenetic, energetic, fast film.
Her high-pitched scream shatters glass and glasses with a brio reminiscent of little Oskar in The Tin Drum. Take that Tin Drum allusion. Although Oskar Matzerath from The Tin Drum is also a very wistful character, the statement is quite different.
Nonetheless, the character possesses immense strength, which could create a connection to Lola. But Lola also owes something to a surprising influence: It was one of those experiences you never forget. Everything in this film was so totally unknown, and yet the surface seemed so familiar.
It feels somehow like the s — there are these old cars — but then the phones and other things are obviously from the s.
I do this in most of my films; I love getting lost in time. Run Lola Run is very much a film of the s, but it seems as if Lola is running in a dream, a nightmarish circle. I hope if you see it in 20 years, it will still be approachable, because of this.
Tykwer cited Pulp Fiction as an influence in a interview with the Chicago Tribune: Everyone has been in situations where they have to say yes or no, and go for it.
A young Edgar Wright, who would go on to make the British TV series Spaced in and the beloved zombie-parody movie Shaun of the Dead insaw in Lola a seminal inspiration.
When I first saw this, it made me want to direct another movie more than ever, I remember dragging friends to see it, including [Spaced co-stars] Simon Pegg and Jessica Hynes. And then there were the Wachowskis.
The Matrix came out at the same time as Lola, and the siblings were about the same age as Tykwer. They quickly took note of each other. Everything I do from now on is strongly connected to our meeting.
Everything is influenced by the smallest situation. If everything is important, nothing is important. You have to challenge coincidence, and there is a path to take.
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It is the story of Ronwell Quincy Dobbs (David Cross), who has a unique talent for getting arrest/10(5K). "Run Lola Run" is a thrilling experiment in narrative structure and presentation that must be seen to be believed. Crafted with every cinematic technique in the book, packed with some unforgettable gee-whiz moments, and executed at blazing speed, this German import .
The Subtle Significance of Color in Run Lola Run. When things seem to get a little harder, objects are more yellow, although this does not happen very often in the film.
But the most obvious color in Run Lola Run is the use of red. Lola’s hair is red and becomes the color we are most often looking for. Run Lola Run ‘Run Lola Run’ is the third film from Tom Tykwer, and unlike many German films in recent years, it managed to find both critical .
Run Lola Run screened at the Venice Film Festival, The bed sheets in the red scenes also feature spiral designs which add to the allusion. Production List of locations used in the film from leslutinsduphoenix.com Produced by: Stefan Arndt. Rather, Tykwer said, Run Lola Run’s form reflects its story and characters, “a film about a person bursting with passionate energy, so it has to be a film that bursts out with passionate energy,” he told IndieWire.
“I always try to translate the emotional state of people into film language.