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Papurika

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When a machine that allows therapists to enter their patients' dreams is stolen, all hell breaks loose. Only one person can stop it, Dr. Atsuko Chiba, a scientist by day and, and under the code name 'Paprika,' a dream detective at night.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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September 12, 2007

Paprika fills me with such overwhelming enthusiasm as to leave me gibbering.
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eFilmCritic.com
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February 27, 2008

Plays like the end and the beginning of Japanese cinema: it contradicts itself and contains multitudes.
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Houston Chronicle
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June 22, 2007

Is it sci-fi? Fantasy? Idiocy? Mostly it's a droning mess -- pretty to look at but confounding to the point where you just don't care any more.
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Detroit Free Press
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June 22, 2007

Especially for fans who understand how movies are put together, Paprika grabs you from the get-go in a series of flowing images and transitions that follow the skewed logic of a dream, jumping from a three-ring circus to a swinging jungle vine.
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Film4
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September 09, 2008

Though it's not quite up there with the cream of anime feature films, Paprika is a distinctive, quality addition to the genre.
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Orlando Sentinel

August 09, 2007

With a conventional invade-dreams/bend-reality plot, it's a bit of a bore.
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Laramie Movie Scope
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October 02, 2007

The animation shows brilliant imagination by the filmmakers.
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Toronto Star
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June 15, 2007

As a showcase of the limitless power of the imagination, Paprika never fails to delight the eye and engage the mind. We are never sure exactly whom we should be cheering for, or even if we're rooting for real characters or their avatars.
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Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)

September 13, 2007

Its visual collision of mindscapes, films within films and dreams within dreams cascade into a dizzying rush that easily washes away the humdrum dialogue and somewhat sketchy plot.
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Arizona Republic

July 13, 2007

You could sit through the film two or three times to nail down the details of the story, but the film isn't interesting enough to warrant a second look.
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Globe and Mail

June 15, 2007

We're so used to current cautious commercial formulas, it comes as an enjoyable shock to see something like Satoshi Kon's Japanese film, Paprika, which reminds us that with animation, almost anything you can imagine can be represented.
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