As she passes the guard, the guard makes some comment about it not being her day, a sort of balance between snideness and sympathy. He will wait for her. Starting as a cartoon, Lola has to contend with a nasty guy and his dog on the stairs of her building. They represent things that are happening on a deeper level. He tells Lola he is tired of basically being the problem solver and getting crapped on the rest of the time. The image of Lola running sticks with the audience and reoccurs throughout the entire film. As close as she has to a plan is for her dad to fix things thus The Father run.
As we come back to the real world, that is just what Lola somehow does. Right off the bat she is in trouble. Lola is basically an innocent although not sin free. Red is also used to represent death, as we see in the interlude between each game, symbolising the end of each characers life. As she runs, she ends up running alongside an ambulance with its sirens blaring. Throughout the movie, the background music is similar to the music that is heard in fast-paced, action based video games, the music is fast paced and creates suspense, which is portrays the feeling of adrenaline that is seen through the first run sequence. Last flash forward she died in an accident.
She actually is his angel. The idea of love is first introduced in the beginning scene where Lola is on the phone with Manni. In the end the answer is that in his heart he felt she was the perfect girl for him - she's the best. He was carrying a bag of money with him that he was supposed to deliver back to shady character. She looks up and sees that she is in front of a casino. Run Lola Run uses two different and distinct cameras; a camera with high resolution 35mm and low resolution.
Every time she screams, she effectively bends the rules of the universe around her. It is basically all based on love. This time, he is telling the woman he cannot leave his sick wife and three kids. Lola's bright, red hair, the telephone, the ambulance, the plastic bag, and the background colours of many scenes are examples of where red can be found. Lola is fighting for Manni's safety and life. She's seen herself and her boyfriend brought back from death for crying out loud. She is aware of them but not afraid of them.
She runs to her father for help then runs to her boyfriend. Lola runs to stop Manny from robbing the store. Pays to believe in God my friends. The run starts with her hitting the mean guy on the stairs and his dog. John: Henry, drawings feature many distinctively visual techniques that allow the story to be immersive as well as being told through the distinctively visual pictures and images as well as the text.
She gets into a car accident, is paralyzed, and then commits suicide. Without these, the film would be incomplete. Her mission fails tragically and then, without explanation, Lola is returned to the starting point of the story to try again. Money in hand, she runs for the front door. Lola again runs into the lady and her baby. Run Lola Run, Tom Tykner is a distinctly visual film which portrays a substantial amount of dialogue, as well as the story being told through images, symbols and motifs, this affects our views of the events which occur throughout the film and as a viewer have become aware of the multiple perceptions which have impacted on us. It sums up Lola's actions.
She gets out of the ambulance and calls out for Manni, but he isn't there. Or may be tired of being leaned on to the point they become annoyed. And as a result of her faith and positive behavior, she's even got the material wealth as well since Manny won't be needing her big bag of loot. She arrives seconds too late. Analysing the Film 'Run Lola Run' by Tom Tykwer is a stunning film incorporating an array of distinctively visual techniques. In this run and when Lola discards her gun in the second run, the giving up of the gun ends up being a positive sign for the character. I think this film presents questions such as what if we could potentially relive a critical twenty minutes in our lives, how would we change certain things and to what extent would our varied behaviour change the final outcome of our actions? Tykwer has explored this experience of time being monsterous and fearful in the opening scene of a swinging pendulum of a grandfather clock, which seems to be almost taunting us as an audience.
She keeps nearly being hit by a car pulling out of a side street, coming out unharmed but always distracting him into running into another car full of angry toughs. Overall, it is significantly evident that the distinctively visual plays an important role in Tom Tylwer's, 'Run Lola Run'. If people are proactive like Lola is in this run, the world might not be perfect but unrepentant sinners reap what they sow. Next Lola runs past the bum. Each run has similar elements.
The prominent red phone highlights the importance of the phone call Lola receives from Manni. The black and white images symbolise the sense of emergency which Lola was thinking, makes the viewers go into deep thought with Lola only at that very time, then when the colours return back to normal, the views step back with Lola to reality, feeling the force of emotions. They remind him of the terrible life he has been living and the opportunities he wasted growing up. Lola meanwhile is back running with the ambulance. Although Lola, the stronger of the two, believes that the power of their love will help them. Do we simply rely on fate and destiny to carry out a course of events or is it.