Lola (1961) - Capturing Coincidences And Mirroring Characters
by You Have Been Watching
You Have Been Watching revisits Jacques Demy’s underrated directorial debut, Lola (1961) a fantastic entry into the French New Wave, focusing on how the film captures coincidences and how characters are mirrored, reflecting each other via their experiences and loves.
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