2009 | 89 min. minutes | Rated PG-13
A cinematic expression of the idea that awkwardness equals authenticity--that bad social skills and an inability to relate to others are hallmarks of "realness." Tracing the evolution of this idea would be an interesting exercise (John Cusack might have something to do with it), but instead, Paper Heart and its disingenuous, faux-documentary structure represent the pinnacle of self-absorbed twentysomething cinema to date.
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