Clubbed to Death (film)

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Clubbed to Death
Directed by Yolande Zauberman
Written by Yolande Zauberman
Noémie Lvovsky
Starring Élodie Bouchez
Roschdy Zem
Béatrice Dalle
Music by Philippe Cohen-Solal
Cinematography Denis Lenoir
Running time
90 minutes
Language French

Clubbed to Death (also known as Lola or Clubbed to Death (Lola)) is a 1996 French film starring Élodie Bouchez, directed by Yolande Zauberman, and co-written by Zauberman and Noémie Lvovsky.[1] The film concerns a love triangle that forms between 20-year-old Lola (Bouchez) and the couple she encounters at an all-night rave.


  1. ^ Pallister, Janis L.; Hottell, Ruth A. (2005). Francophone Women Film Directors: A Guide. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. p. 212. 

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