Run Lola Run (Lola Rennt) Film Summary & Analysis

Tom Tykwer
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Red

The color red is commonly used as a symbol in film and literature. In Run Lola Run, red is used to symbolize danger and death. Not only does the film use red, it uses an intense, vivid shade of the brightest red. We are easily able to see the color on different objects as it stands out and catches our eye as we watch.

The first time we see the color red, it is the phone that Lola answers in her apartment. Sitting in the middle of the room, the bright red phone seems to be the bearer of bad news - news of danger and death. After Lola answers the phone, we realize that we were correct as Manni gives her the disastrous news.

Red is used several other times in the film as well. The ambulance that carries Mr. Meier is also this vivid shade of...

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