Run Lola Run

Run Lola Run - 1 Intro to Film Studies Run Lola Run Run...

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Intro to Film Studies Run Lola Run Run Lola Run is a strange but ultimately great film. It involves quick sequences of diegetic material and nondiegetic material, as well as quick changes in hierarchy of knowledge. The movie has three different alternate realities that the audience is shown. So taking that at face value there are three possible endings. There is a plethora of diegetic material in this movie. It provides the characters many things that they can see and hear. Some of that diegetic material is the couple of characters that they run into. Those characters say things like: “Wanna buy a bike?” or call Lola a “bitch” and such. The other things that are seen is what is assumed to be a German city. There is nondiegetic material as well. This could be the credits or soundtrack. But some of the more interesting nondiegetic material are the still frames that show a minor character’s future. These some show up for about three or four different people and in each alternate reality that person’s future is
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course ENGL 204 taught by Professor Kehrwald during the Fall '07 term at Frostburg.

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