Directed by Dario Argento. Produced by Dario Argento, Giuseppe Colombo & Walter Massi Screenplay by Dario Argento. Story by Dario Argento & Franco Ferrini. Based on La Sindrome di Stendha by Graziella Magherini. Starring Asia Argento, Thomas Kretschmann & Marco Leonardi.
The Stendhal Syndrome (Ital. La Sindrome di Stendhal) is a 1996 Italian horror film written and directed by Dario Argento and starring his daughter Asia Argento. It was the first Italian film to use computer-generated imagery (CGI).
Stendhal syndrome is a real syndrome, first diagnosed in Florence, Italy in 1982. Argento said he experienced Stendhal syndrome as a child. While touring Athens with his parents young Dario was climbing the steps of the Parthenon when he was overcome by a trance that caused him to become lost from his parents for hours. The experience was so strong that Argento never forgot it; he immediately thought of it when he came across Graziella Magherini's book about the syndrome, which would become the basis of the film. -Wikipedia.
Directed by Tom Tykwer.
Produced by Stefan Arndt.
Written by Tom Tykwer.
Starring Franka Potente & Moritz Bleibtreu.
Run Lola Run (German: Lola rennt, literally "Lola runs") is a 1998 German thriller film written and directed by Tom Tykwer. The story follows a woman who needs to obtain 100,000 Deutsche Mark in twenty minutes to save her boyfriend's life. The film's three scenarios are reminiscent of the 1981 Krzysztof Kieślowski film Blind Chance; following Kieślowski's death, Tykwer directed his planned film Heaven. -Wikipedia
South-west corner of the intersection of Osnabrücker Straße and Tauroggener Straße.
The apartment block is located at 13–14 Albrechtstraße, near Friedrichstraße railway station.
North corner of Falckensteinstraße/Oberbaumstraße and Bridge passageway is Oberbaumbrücke.
Lola appears from Jägerstraße, runs across the road and then around the corner in to Französische Straße.