Lola

(1961)

Overview

Lola, is a 1961 film, the debut film directed by Jacques Demy as a tribute to director Max Ophüls and is described by Demy as a "musical without music". Anouk Aimée starred in the title role. The film was restored and re-released by Demy's widow, French filmmaker Agnès Varda.

  1. Jacques Demy

    Director, Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Anouk Aimée

    Anouk Aimée

    Lola (Cécile)

  2. Marc Michel

    Marc Michel

    Roland Cassard

  3. Jacques Harden

    Jacques Harden

    Michel

  4. Alan Scott

    Frankie

  5. Elina Labourdette

    Madame Desnoyers

Full Cast & Crew

Lola
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Status Released

Release Information

  • October 14, 1962
    PG-13
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    Some material may be inappropriate for children under 13. Films given this rating may contain sexual content, brief or partial nudity, some strong language and innuendo, humor, mature themes, political themes, terror and/or intense action violence. However, bloodshed is rarely present. This is the minimum rating at which drug content is present.

Original Language French

Runtime 1h 30m

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