Paprika Virtuoso anime artist Satoshi Kon mixes beauty and disorienting perspectives for an intricate, adult tale about machine-influenced soullessness and the Japanese love of the cute. Paprika Virtuoso anime artist Satoshi Kon mixes beauty and disorienting perspectives for an intricate, adult tale about machine-influenced soullessness and the Japanese love of the cute. 2007-05-25 R PT90M Animation Toru Furuya Megumi Hayashibara Sony Pictures Classics
Movie Review

Paprika (2007)

MPAA Rating: R
EW's GRADE
A-

Details Limited Release: May 25, 2007; Rated: R; Length: 90 Minutes; Genre: Animation; With: Toru Furuya and Megumi Hayashibara; Distributor: Sony Pictures Classics

Virtuoso anime artist Satoshi Kon mixes beauty and disorienting perspectives for an intricate, adult tale about machine-influenced soullessness and the Japanese love of the cute.

Originally posted Jun 08, 2007 Published in issue #939 Jun 15, 2007 Order article reprints
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