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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 February 2010
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First of all, I wasn't sure what to make of this film, as it mixes drama and documentary. Charlyne Yi goes on the road with her documentary team all over North America to find out about love, mainly because Charlyne doesn't believe that she'll ever be in love. This isn't admittedly the kind of film that I would ever watch, although I do like independent cinema. So, I was quite disenchanted with the early part of the film, as I didn't really care what happened to Charlyne, and the 'real-life' people she interviewed were not that engaging. But then my thoughts gradually began to change. Charlyne Yi is quite a 'cutesy', quirky kind of character, who is quite likeable. I wasn't a great fan of her would-be love-interest, Michael Cera, at first, but I then realised I was empathising with Charlyne when Michael walked out on her in the restaurant, and during the scenes where she's walking around Paris, despondently alone. I especially liked the poignant interview Charlyne did with two gay guys, and the story about how the the two court workers hitched up was very amusing also. The cardboard theatre animations of lovers' stories also got better as the film went on to its rather explosive finale! I watched this film over a few days, so I grew to very much like Michael Cera's music, which I thought suited an independent film very well. So, I did enjoy it in the end, but I don't think that 'Paper Heart' worked so well throughout its runtime.
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