In addition with the fast editing, the sounds and music add action to the film. For example the red telephone ringing, the dialogue between Manni and Lola and the tick of the clock, all these diegetic sounds bring the audience’s attention to the silver screen. An important element to the film though is the soundtrack. The techno music conducts the spectator to follow Lola’s rhythm and share her anxious feelings. The soundtrack is another indicative that Lola is reliving the same circumstances. Like mentioned before, Lola is displayed to different occasions which force her to change her course and act dramatically different between them. Through the non-diegetic sound, the audience experience three different “running”. For example, at her first attempt to save Manni, the beat is stronger and faster, compared to the third, where the music is softer. It gives the sensation that in her last attempt, Lola’s more assertive about what she is going to do.