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    Run Lola Run

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    Run Lola Run is a film set in Berlin, Germany, where in the opening sequence we are introduced to a bird's-eye view of the entire setting; which is a view of Berlin's old city urban streets. The film was originally an art festival film, which allowed the auteur/director, Tom Tykwer, to experiment with several and generally risky and non-commercial camera angles and visual features to create the film's idiosyncratic emphasis on time, fate and human urgency. In doing so we are first shown a bird's-eye

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    Run Lola Run

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    The film Run Lola Run plays with time in order to demonstrate the role of chance in people’s destinies and the importance of cause-effect relationships. The plot of the film centres around Lola, as she tries to gather 100,000 marks to save her boyfriend from being killed. The film is divided into three sections, each begins the same way, but as a result of chance and cause-effect relationships these situations develop differently and have a very different outcomes. In order to show these different

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    Run Lola Run

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    difference between life or death can be decided in a split second" (IMDb). Run Lola Run is an excellent 80-minute German film written/directed by Tom Tykwer and edited by Mathilde Bonnefoy that has a four part "What if" style genre. The movie just throbs with kinetic energy mixed with a case of Monster Energy Drinks. It is so fast-paced that it is like a roller coaster that is unstable with each twist and turn. Run Lola Run will captivate your mind and spirit with beautiful and free form flashes

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    Run Lola Run

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    Run Lola Run is a film set in Berlin , Germany. This film gives you the idea of running with Lola on her journey to come up with one hundred marks in twenty minutes to save her boyfriend Manni’s life. Tom Tykwer uses many film techniques that usually are not used in movies , making this film not like every other Hollywood movie. Techniques such as the use of flashback and flash forward , this giving the film an idea that just by one slightest move or event can change your move in different ways

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    Transcontinental Runs

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    Transcontinental Runs One of the most distinct features of humans exists in the fact that we are innately motivated to achieve certain goals. We are in essence a species of curiosity, always testing how much stress we can take both mentally and physically. There have been many people over the years that tested their mental and physical states, but few can say they put their very existence to the limit like James Shapiro and Bhaktimarga Swami. Shapiro, an American runner and author, completed a

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    Fate In Run Lola Run

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    manipulate one's own fate is a concept that many people struggle to define. Run Lola Run (Tom Tykwer, 1998) depicts the interaction between the concepts of fate and free will by portraying the way one situation can be affected by minor differences of similar events. The episodic journey of the main character Lola suggests that fate can be altered through choices made as a result of character growth. The episodic nature of Run Lola Run creates the direct comparison between fate and free will. Throughout

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    Run Lola Run Essay

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    Heather mottl Art 104 Foster 5/16/2016 Run Lola Run 1. Time is manipulated in this film in several ways. The first being the main storyline as soon as something bad happens they rewind and do it over in a different way. The first run-through of the story Lola ends up getting there too late and Manni robbed the store and it ends with Lola dying. So they got a redo, but on the second run through and ends with Manni dying. On the third run-through everything manages to go right and both of them survive

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    Ready to Run

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    Park. I was hoping that the rain will retreat along with darkness. All the members of my running group had deserted me because of bad weather. Should I run and risk illness, I kept on asking myself. It was my last long run of 24 miles for California International Marathon and a very crucial one for my overall preparation. Finally I decided to run, all alone in rain for the next four hours as I was not going to sacrifice my preparation because of bad weather. My determination has not come naturally

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    German film, ‘Run Lola Run’ written and directed by Tom Tykwer, focuses on the experiences of the protagonist Lola to explore the themes of the inevitable force of time, and the issue of freewill verses determinism. Similarly, Dorothea Mackellar, in her poem ‘My Country’, relies on her experiences of the Australian landscape to convey her love and passion for the country using the language of the distinctive visual. The distinctively visual techniques employed by Tykwer in Run Lola Run, function to

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    Dragon Rider: The Run

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    Run By now, Earl and Marie had noticed Florine’s absence. “I don't like it, I don't like it one bit.” Marie stated, adding to the ongoing conversation about the Fairies disappearance. “Something just feels wrong; I don't know her that well, but she seemed like the type that would tell a person where she was going.” Earl gripped her slightly gnarled hand with his own, leaning over in his saddle so the horses didn't touch. “Now darling, I'm sure everything is fine. We'll just go to Arnold's Creek

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