Lola
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A bored young man meets with his former girlfriend, now a cabaret dancer and single mother, and soon finds himself falling back in love with her.... (Full plot summary below)

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A bored young man meets with his former girlfriend, now a cabaret dancer and single mother, and soon finds himself falling back in love with her.

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CinePassion - 10/10 by Fernando F. CroceThe Ophüls question ("Quelle heure est-il?") is always in the air, along with the tilting, craning and tracking that link and sever feelings.
Stream on Demand - 10/10 by Sean Axmaker... a bittersweet musical without the music, lovingly shot in Demy's hometown of Nantes in black and white CinemaScope by nouvelle vague master Raoul Coutard...
Boulder Weekly - 9/10 by Thomas DelapaBefore he gained renown with The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Demy made his feature debut with a prequel of sorts, which was his elegant homage to the films of Max Ophuls.
Chicago Reader - 9/10 by Jonathan RosenbaumJacques Demy's first and in some ways best feature, shot in exquisite black-and-white 'Scope by Raoul Coutard, is among the most neglected major works of the French New Wave.
New York Daily News - 8/10 by Jami BernardJacques Demy showed up with the lightest touch with his 1960 Lola, a movie that has been called a musical without music.
EmanuelLevy.Com - 7/10 by Emanuel LevyDecades after it was made, Lola, Demy's auspicious directing debut starring Anouk Aimee, is just as impressive, lyrical and touching as it was in 1961.
New Times (L.A.) - 7/10 by Jean OppenheimerShot in black and white by the renowned Raoul Coutard, and with a score by Michel Legrand, the film represents an idealized view of reality that will strike some viewers (including this one) as overly sentimental.
Village Voice - 6/10 by J. HobermanLike a Hollywood fairy tale, Lola is always threatening to turn into a musical. Its edge as a film comes from the fact that it never quite does.
Time Out - 6/10 by Geoff AndrewVery beautifully shot, in widescreen and luminous black-and-white, it is also formally astonishing, with all the minor characters serving as variations on the central couple.
San Francisco Chronicle - 6/10 by Edward GuthmannAn ode to yearning and enchantment -- a valentine to France, to beautiful women, to the foolish but delicious notions of romance that we receive from Hollywood.

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