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Frank And LolaFrank is a brooding Las Vegas chef who has always focused his energy into his culinary talents, until he falls in love with Lola, a young and beautiful enigma. However, an act of infidelity turns their relationship into a paranoid nightmare.
Actors of "Frank And Lola"
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Directors of "Frank And Lola"Matthew RossBirthdate: 10 July 1976, New York, USA
Creators of "Frank And Lola"Matthew RossBirthdate: 10 July 1976, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Frank And Lola"New York ObserverDecember 14, 2016
As an exercise in voyeurism, this is a movie that sleeps on its feet. Shannon is too good for this nonsense, and Poots has got to do something about that disastrous name.RogerEbert.comDecember 10, 2016
Frank and Lola ultimately feels like less of a compelling, free-standing work than a promise of better movies to come.Los Angeles TimesDecember 08, 2016
However suspensefully the score groans and cries, the emotional stakes dwindle with each overemphatic narrative curve.indieWireDecember 08, 2016
Two of the most watchable actors on the planet are stranded in a numb sketch of a film that doesn't know what to do with them.Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.comDecember 08, 2016
This is the kind of debut that whets the appetite for what else this filmmaker has up his sleeve.Combustible CelluloidJanuary 19, 2017
Much like Elvis & Nixon, Michael Shannon stars in another small-scale film, focused mainly on two characters, and excels at it.Paste MagazineDecember 12, 2016
By the time Ross builds to a final shot that is utterly predictable in its ambiguity, it's hard to care either way about whether these two archetypal blanks will eventually reconcile the disturbing truths they have discovered about each other.We Got This CoveredDecember 09, 2016
Anyone who's ever wondered how Michael Shannon would fare as a smoldering romantic lead or how Imogen Poots might handle the role of a femme fatale has their answer in Matthew Ross' engaging psycho-thriller.IGN MoviesDecember 09, 2016
There is, without a doubt, an intensity to the performances given by Michael Shannon and Imogen Poots... The result though is a movie that is unrelenting in its grim outlook.Punch Drunk CriticsDecember 09, 2016
Ross shows his talent by taking Frank & Lola places we don't expect it to go. They may not always make sense, but there's daring in the attempt and that is always worth something.Under the RadarDecember 09, 2016
Even with too much focus on the former character, Frank & Lola, buoyed by Shannon's performance and Ross' acute eye for the seediness of his environments, is a commendable debut.
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