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Silvie 4 months ago
A weird movie in a good way
Green Wizard 7 months ago
The original inception.
清子 1 year ago
amazing animation
Lino Monteiro over 1 year ago
If you're into surrealism, it's okay. Nonsensical and perplexing, often frustratingly so.
Noah Rymer almost 2 years ago
Worth watching for the dream sequences, "inception" stole a lot from it.
Dónal Kennedy 2 years ago
Prime example of Kon's stunning originality robbed blind by Hollywood
Charlie Alcock over 2 years ago
Trippy as hell but surprisingly touching
Alex Gifford over 2 years ago
A mind bending film that really makes you question your own consciousness.
Damian Campo over 2 years ago
Strange film about entangled dreams. you must see it if you enjoy dream/weird movies.
Angeline Schaaf 4 years ago
Paprika is absolutely beautiful, very intriguing, and has great ideas behind it.
Landan Mintch 4 years ago
the cartoon version of inception. fantastic!
nope 4 years ago
Very interesting movie about dreams and imaginary
Will Dayble over 4 years ago
Wonderfully strange and strangely heart-wrenching
Taylor Reginald Wright over 4 years ago
A funny, quirky, exciting mind-bender with astounding beauty and an intelligent story.
olivia smith over 4 years ago
Defiantly a film you have to watch twice
Robyn Hamilton almost 5 years ago
You'll have no idea what's going on but damn if the animation isn't spectacular!
Renard Bansale almost 5 years ago
Trippy and inventive as hell, almost to the point of convolution that plagues its story
Aaron Wallis 5 years ago
What a wild trip.
Hector Henry 5 years ago
I love it and more the dream inception.
Alex Castle 5 years ago
Colourful and exciting. Will watch it over and over again
Paprika (パプリカ, Papurika) is a 2006 Japanese animated science fiction film, based on Yasutaka Tsutsui's 1993 homonymous novel, about a research psychologist who uses a device that permits therapists to help patients by entering their dreams. The film was directed by Satoshi Kon, animated by Madhouse, and produced and distributed by Sony Pictures Entertainment. The film's score was composed by Susumu Hirasawa. The soundtrack is significant for being the first film to use a Vocaloid and "Lola" was used for various tracks. In the near future, a revolutionary new psychotherapy treatment called dream therapy has been invented. A device called the "DC Mini" allows the user to view people's dreams, exploring their subconscious thoughts. The head of the team working on this treatment, Doctor Atsuko Chiba, begins using the machine illegally to help psychiatric patients outside the research facility, using her alter-ego "Paprika", a persona she assumes in the dream world. The movie opens with...
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