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  • Summary: A re-release of a 1961 Jacques Demy drama exploring the convoluted affections of a drifter for his newly rediscovered first love, cabaret dancer Lola.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Soft, evanescent and bittersweet.
  2. Jacques Demy showed up with the lightest touch with his 1960 Lola, a movie that has been called a musical without music.
  3. Shot 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.
  4. 60
    Like 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.

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