This is an entertaining film from Tinto Brass and probably the best one I've seen so far. It is my experience that Brass normally has an attention span of about 10 to 15 minutes. In that he works with short episodes in a film rather than carrying a strong theme throughout. 'Lola' is an exception, for me anyway and I will happily accept correction for more avid Brass fans.
It follows the exploits of a girl before she settles down. It seems the thought of marriage and such like spurs her into a series of mild adventures with just about any male in the near vicinity. She also has a beau who is somewhat preturbed by her fun loving nature and this, as you may imagine, causes friction between the pair.
However, there is a slightly more serious element in the film when it comes to her relationship with her step-father or indeed he may be her father! Her mother is non too pleased about this. I'll say no more in this regard and let story unwind itself for the viewer.
Overall and enjoyable and mainly light hearted film, probably worth a look.