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When 29-year-old Lola (Greta Gerwig) is dumped by her fiancé Luke (Joel Kinnaman) just three weeks before the wedding, she embarks on an emotional, year-long adventure of self-discovery filled with love, loss, hilarity and heartache.
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Reviewed in the United States on November 13, 2020
Was really excited to watch this movie with Greta Gerwig. Was expecting something art-house, but with quality. The plot is a bit off. The motivation of the main character was hard to figure out. I always think it odd that movies see people turning to finish their dissertations when they are disappointed in life. I don't think it works quite that way.
Lola Verus starring the always delightful Greta Gerwig is a smart and funny romantic drama about a woman who gets dumped 3 weeks before her wedding. The writing is strong, the acting is solid, and the whole premise of the film is so refreshing. Lola is afraid to be alone, she will do anything to feel wanted and desired again by men, even if that means sleeping with those men way too soon. Lola is 29 and the love of her life calls off the wedding because he's scared. Lola is shocked and reeling from the break-up, she sort of has a mini-breakdown along the way. During the course of a year, Lola learns that being single is not a bad thing. Lola is a relatable woman, she has insecurities and hang-ups, but she still keeps going and living her life on her own terms. I like the ending because Lola ends up saving herself instead of a man saving her. Excellent and realistic indie film, give it a try! Enjoy.
4.0 out of 5 starsMovie was as advertised except for a very violent scene
Reviewed in Canada on May 6, 2014
There was some unexpected violence in this film which I think really did nothing to enhance the value or message of the movie. It is more off beat then most girl loses guy and finds herself movies, but it is good to see something other than Jen A. in the roll. The female lead, Greta Gerwig, reminds me of a young Laura Dern and this is the type of film a young Laura Dern would do.