Run Lola Run

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Submitted By sheryylbae
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RUN NR. 1
Begin Chapter 10--
First ambulance driver, distracted, almost hits plate glass window. Lola runs past.
Lola Running
Manni at window
Split Screen (first time we see this technique)
Manni POV with Lola in distance / Lola POV with Manni in distance
All in the same shot!!!!
Skim when he is starting robbery
Then magical scene at the window, because he could not hear her voice in reality—but her voice gets through. They have a conversation.
Will you help me?
Can’t we just get out of here?
You see the shit I’m in.
Why didn’t you wait for me?
I did. You got here too late.
Then torch song by Dinah Washington as they escape the bank. No other sound!
Circling camera, like a roulette wheel, as they are trapped.
Why does Manni choose to throw the bag high into the air—and have such a mean expression on his face? His CHOICE leads to cop firing gun accidentally because cop is distracted.
ENDS BADLY—SHE GETS SHOT—SO THE FIRST RUN ENDS WORST WAY-WITH LOLA’S DEATH
RED SCENE 1
Spirals on the pillow
Lola’s head rests of Mani’s arm—he is supporting her
He asks same question of Manni that girlfriend asked of the Dad—“Do you love me?”
She says if you never met me, you’d be saying same thing to someone else
She doesn’t want to hear what he thinks—she wants to know what he feels
His response: “You want to leave me?” Shows how little faith he has in love!!!!!
Her response: “I think I have to make a decision.”
YET SHE IS WEAK HERE—DEATH OF HER SPIRIT, UNCERTAINTY DOMINATES
SECOND RUN
STARTS BADLY--Boy on stairs is mean to her, trips her—first two times he had the upper hand
SO: SHE HITS BOTTOM—PICKS HERSELF UP AND PLAYS THE GAME
Note that the BLIND WOMAN is in the nun’s group this time—GOOD NEWS?
SKIM TO 42.40 Interaction with Schuster—his harassment— She walks out—and Schuster opens his big mouth: “It just isn’t your day. You can’t have everything.”…...

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