This Is A Movie Review Of Run Lola Run Or Lola Rennt..Wafa Nurdin

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At first, there was darkness. Then a low thumping bass. The slow ticking of a clock as the pendulum swings menacingly back and forth. The opening credits sweep before us. Then with a loud burst of synthesized techno sound, writer/director Tom Tykwer's energetic and chaotically creative film Run Lola Run started. And, less than a minute into 1999's most frantic, frenetic and uniquely paced trip, there is no turning back. Run Lola Run has gotten her claws into you and isn't going to let go until the very last credit has rolled.Set in Berlin, Run Lola Run opens with Lola (Franka Potentke) and her boyfriend Manni (Moritz Bleibtreu) in the midst of a heated phone conversation. Thanks to an incredibly stupid move on his part leaving a bag with 100,000 Deutsch Marks in it on the subway Manni has 20 minutes to come up with DM100, 000 before he is supposed to give the money to Ronnie (Heino Ferch), his boss in crime, a most unsympathetic and uncaring man with a passion for killing those persons who have stolen from him. With the burden of saving Manni's life on her shoulders, itís up to Lola to figure out a way to get DM100,000 and make her way across town to give it to Manni.Tywker then follows the three different attempts Lola makes to get the money to Manni. Each attempt is, in and of itself, a new story. All three tales begin at 11:40 AM, 20 minutes before noon, and all three attempts start out in much the same fashion--Lola throws the phone in the air and runs out of her...

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