And Then Came Lola
United States of America (US), 2009, 71 minutes, SD
And Then Came Lola Synopsis

Talented but constantly distracted photographer Lola (Ashleigh Summer) is on the verge of success in both love and work. She could lose it all if she doesn’t make it on time to a crucial business meeting with her new girlfriend (Jill Bennett) and her sultry and seductive client (Cathy DeBuono). But, as usual, Lola is late. With her job and girlfriend on the line, she has three chances to make it right.


In a desperate race through the streets of San Francisco, time grows short - can Lola make it passed ex-lovers, wannabe girlfriends and part-time stalkers? And should she arrive too late will she loose the job and her girlfriend?

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Reviewed by josephcalingasa
The film celebrates lesbianism as well as Lola's struggle to overcome her tardiness and being able to win Casey over.  Commendable performances from Sumner as Lola as well as Jill... more
The film celebrates lesbianism as well as Lola's struggle to overcome her tardiness and being able to win Casey over.  Commendable performances from Sumner as Lola as well as Jill Bennett and Cathy DeBuono, who won a Best Supporting Actress for this film at the Tampa International Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. There are really great visual shots and montages as well as animation in this film that add variety and there's just one thing that I find annoying, and that's Casey's demanding attitude towards Lola who seems to be at her beck and call. Enjoyed watching this film though and worth watching with some friends. 
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Reviewed by nikkareyes
Some scenes tend to get too dragging but boy, did I love the animation! Lola (Sumner) sure has one great heck of resistance as she runs, no, sprints would be... more
Some scenes tend to get too dragging but boy, did I love the animation! Lola (Sumner) sure has one great heck of resistance as she runs, no, sprints would be the term, from one side of SF to the other side of town as she tries to arrive in time to be at Casey's (Bennet) aid. The directors did a charming take on this quite cliche of a plot, with a sprinkling of animation and cinematic techniques like photo montages to liven up the scenes. Overall I find it creative, unique and with just the right comedic touch.  Do check this out guys! 
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