Frank & Lola

Synopsis: A psychosexual noir love story, set in Las Vegas and Paris, about love, obsession, sex, betrayal, revenge and, ultimately, the search for redemption.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Mystery
Director(s): Matthew Ross
Production: Parts and Labor
  1 win & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
88 min


She's coming? Really?

Your mother? That's cool, alright.

Well, listen, I-I, uh, I know

how to navigate those waters.


So, listen. How about this?

How about this?

How about, uh, I take you both out?

You and your mother.

Right? Because it's not every day

a girl graduates from college.

That's a big deal.

- Well, I graduated last month.

- Alright.

- She doesn't like insurance salesmen.

- Wow, whoa. Really?


Yeah, I don't sell insurance, so...

She doesn't like men

who look like David Schwimmer.

David Schwimmer?

I am David Schwimmer.

(CHUCKLES) Just kidding.

So, y-y-you find a job yet?

Because that's tough, right,

right out of college?

Well, there's not much of a market

for aspiring fashion designers in Vegas

who don't make

stripper heels or thongs, so no.

(CHUCKLES) You're mad funny!

Stripper heels... I don't know, though.

I wouldn't be so sure.

- Oh, yeah?

- There's a place next door. KVD.

You ever heard of it?

Yeah. There's one Downtown, too.

Yeah, it's cool.

So check this out.

The owner has made a real effort

to showcase Vegas-based talent.

So he's set up this fashion incubator

to help him out with that.

Let me guess.

If I come back with you tonight,

and we see where the night takes us,

maybe you'll introduce to me

to the owner.

No, what I will do

is set you up with the person

who decides who'll be

the designer for the incubator.

- You know her?

- Do I know her? Yeah, I know her.

She works for me.

(CHUCKLES) I'm the owner.

- Oh.

- Is your work any good?

Yeah, yeah. I, uh, I just had my show,

my thesis show.

Oh for real? Alright.

Yeah, well, I'll set up a studio visit.

You're not kidding?

- No. I don't kid about that stuff, no.

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