PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Music
While waiting for their big breaks, two proper L.A. dreamers, a suavely- charming, soft-spoken jazz pianist and a brilliant, vivacious playwright, attempt to reconcile aspirations and relationship in a magical old-school romance.
In the Epilogue sequence, they dance by a gas station set. The building is white with red stripes. This is a reference to the Esso station at the end of The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964) as well as the paintings of LA artist Ed Ruscha, who paints an iconic image of a Standard gas ... ...
I'm letting life hit me until it gets tired. Then I'll hit back. It's a classic rope-a-dope.
Before the end of the 'Another Day of Sun' sequence, as the camera pans up over the freeway, we don't see Mia or Sebastian's cars. After the 'La La Land' and 'Winter' title cards and the camera pans back down, their cars suddenly appear, replacing the other cars that were there before. Mia's Prius replaces the white SUV with the dancer in orange on top, while Seb's car replaces the gray sedan behind the SUV with the dancer in green.
There is a title card at the very beginning that says "Filmed in CinemaScope."
$4,102,091 (USA) (16 December 2016)
$151,058,124 (USA) (21 April 2017)
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