And Then Came Lola
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“A date movie for the couple who wants to get laid!” —Cinemaqueer.com
With a celesbian cast to die for that includes Ashleigh Sumner, Jill Bennett, Cathy DeBuono and Jessica Graham this sexy, fun and energetic lesbian feature follows Lola on a wild San Francisco dash to save her job and her girlfriend.
This wonderfully fun and sexy lesbian romp takes a tour through the streets of San Francisco as photographer Lola (the beautifully athletic Ashleigh Sumner) races to get to a crucial meeting on time. As usual, Lola is running late. Her job and her girlfriend Casey (Jill Bennett, Dante’s Cove, We Have To Stop Now) are on the line and Lola has three chances (ala the art house classic, Run, Lola, Run) to make it right. As Lola races against the clock is Casey falling into the arms of her ex?! Will Lola make it in time? Will she come at all?
Bursting with creativity and fresh cinematic style AND THEN CAME LOLA packs in everything we want in a lesbian movie: Beautiful women, a great script, high-quality production values, an exciting soundtrack of hot new music — plus fun animation, hilarious laugh-out-loud reflections on lesbian life (depicted in brilliant direct-to-camera “therapy” sequences) and one of the most charismatic new lesbian actresses we’ve seen in years: Lola herself, played by the irresistible Ashleigh Sumner.
Brought to the screen by lesbian co-directors Ellen Seidler (Et L’Amour) and Megan Siler (The Midwife’s Tale), the film has a terrific lesbian/bi cast that also includes Cathy DeBuono (Out At The Wedding, We Have To Stop Now), Jessica Graham (2 Minutes Later) and Jenoa Harlow (The Insomniacs).
- Dolby Sound 5.1
- English with Closed Captions for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired
- 20 Min. Behind the Scenes Featurette
- Short Film: NCLR's 30Th Anniversary
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“Ashleigh Sumner is mega-hot . . . a funny guilty indie flick!” – Autostraddle.com
“Replete with S&M meter maids, stranger danger, mini love scenes, and animated snippets of a cartoon Lola scaling 2-D trolley cars, this film’s a fun ride.” — Boston Phoenix
“A sugar rush of a movie.” – AfterEllen.com
“Wonderfully fun lesbian romp!” – Curve Magazine
“Run, don’t walk, to this one!” – Philadelphia Gay News
“What is a girl to do when all she wants is great sex and great love?” – LN (Lesbian News)
“Take one part RUN, LOLA, RUN, add three super hot lesbian costars, mix with terrific acting, and finish with relationship angst, and you’ve got the hit of the year.” – Reel Pride, Fresno LGBT Film Fest
“Stylistic storytelling, quick wit and perfect casting . . . Directors Megan Siler and Ellen Seidler have brilliantly crafted an engrossing feature complete with beautiful cinematography, animation, still photography and high-energy soundtrack – Q Fest, Philadelphia G&L Festival