"Paper Heart" falls in line with the "Bruno/Borat" style of film-making, where viewers will probably be asking themselves, "How much of this is real and how much is staged? I personally don't know, but I have to say "Paper Heart" feels very real, which is an obvious difference to those two Sacha Baron Cohen movies.
The plot has a documentary crew following around Charlyne Yi who's looking to understand the concept of love, by traveling around America and interviewing people.
“It’s kind of like in real life, like, it doesn’t really change at all,” Cera said.
“You go home and you just regress right back into, like, the same rhythm with your family.” “Exactly. IFC couldn’t help but ask: does that increased sexual experience have anything to do with the fact that by the end of season 3 of “Arrested Development,” George Michael and Maeby had discovered that they’re not actually related? But he wouldn’t reveal how things between the awkward couple play out.
I'm making the movie out to be worse than it is.
Yi interviews several couples and uses puppets to act out what they say. There are also several cameos which I wasn't expecting but was pleasantly surprised by.
There's nothing wrong with not believing in love or thinking that you be in love, but I don't want to watch as you struggle with figuring out if you want to change your ways or not.Arrested Development': Bluths' return divides critics - Have your say1.Michael Austin Cera was born on June 7, 1988 in Ontario, Canada. His mother Linda is from Quebec and father Luigi Cera is from Sicily. Same goes for Zack Galifianakis (why is he suddenly in every movie?fans were made the happiest people on Earth after Netflix decided to stream all 15 new episodes of the show's comeback.The ending was good enough for me to give this movie a five, even though I did have trouble staying focused at times.Charlyne Yi, the 23-year-old comedienne-musician-writer-artist-actress heretofore best known as the sole female in Seth Rogen's perpetually stoned 'Knocked Up' entourage, is garnering big buzz for her tiny film, 'Paper Heart' -- a charming, disarming and line-blurring documentary-narrative hybrid film about one skeptical girl's quest to discover whether true love really is possible.One can only imagine the sheer awkwardness of a union involving both Aubrey Plaza and Michael Cera, but the couple (who kept their relationship a secret) were very nearly lead down the aisle in Las Vegas. When Visage asked if their attraction developed after being “enclosed in a small place,” Plaza replied, “Oh, like animals in captivity? ” “He’s a very special — I mean, we love each other,” she said. He’s just a weird little freak and we speak the same language. He wasn’t someone I ever saw and thought, ‘Oh, give me some of that Michael Cera,’” she said. We just connected and after, it just happened.” Meaning you can officially add these two to your list of greatest and strangest couples of our time. ” podcast with Michelle Visage this week, Plaza said the pair were dating for a year and a half after taking a cross-country road trip together after meeting on the set of Scott Pilgrim vs. “We drove across the country after we shot that movie and almost got married in Vegas,” she revealed.Charlyne is an offbeat young woman who doesn't believe in true love, herself.She could easily be a geeky friend of Summer from "(500) Days of Summer", another recent Sundance romcom.