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.

Lola

Directed by

Jacques Demy

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