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France · 2015
1h 39m
Director Julie Delpy
Starring Julie Delpy, Dany Boon, Vincent Lacoste, Karin Viard
Genre Comedy

When workaholic Parisian Violette goes on vacation, she falls in love with local IT guy Jean-René. Jean-René moves to Paris to be with her. However, their relationship is quickly threatened by Violette's co-dependent adult son Eloi, who still goes by his childhood nickname "Lolo."

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The A.V. Club by

The film is at its best when its central trio fumbles around the same circle of hell they’ve obliviously created for themselves, making the best of a situation that is much worse than they could ever imagine.


The Playlist by Jessica Kiang

Lolo features long stretches of perhaps her most accomplished and enjoyable character-comedy yet. But as often with filmmakers for whom a certain register comes almost too easily, Delpy seems impatient with herself and her facility for spiky, verbal sparring and pithy self-deprecating put-downs.


Movie Nation by Roger Moore

Lolo is entirely too familiar, too predictable, a character study in romantic mishaps that’s far less interesting than the name Delpy cooked up for her “little alpine bunny,” a passive, pretty creature worthy of our contempt, at least as Wells envisioned him.


Screen International by Tim Grierson

Julie Delpy’s latest directorial effort juggles some potentially delicious ideas, but Lolo proves to be an exasperating romantic comedy that flirts with darker terrain it never has the guts or wit to really explore.

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