Lolo DVD


The course of true love has never run smoothly for Parisian Violette, a 40 year old workaholic whose romantic life is continually challenged by possessive teenage son, Lolo. Enjoying a long holiday in Biarritz, fashion exec Violette is surprised to find herself falling for fellow divorcee Jean-Rene, a clueless but highly persistent local computer programmer. When Jean-Rene announces he s due to move to Paris for a work opportunity, the unlikely relationship is given a chance to continue. However he must first attempt to win the trust and respect of troublesome 19 year... old Lolo, a challenge that the endearingly naïve Jean-Rene is not at all prepared for. When Lolo returns to live with Violette, and his playful schemes evolve into more serious set-ups, Jean-Rene is faced with a decision; is he willing to compete with Lolo s obsession to remain Violette s one and only favourite? [show more]

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08 May 2017
Kaleidoscope Home Entertainment 
99 minutes 
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French comedy directed by and starring Julie Delpy. Lolo (Vincent Lacoste) is a young man who has a strong relationship with his mother, Violette (Delpy), and still lives with her. When they go on a holiday along with a friend of Violette's, this closeness between mother and son causes some problems. Violette takes a romantic interest in a man named Jean-Rene (Dany Boon) but as their relationship grows more intimate Lolo does everything he can to come between them.

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