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A creatively self-conscious comedy that is part real documentary and part, well, something else, Paper Heart begins as an inquiry by artist and comedian Charlyne Yi into the nature of love.Working closely with pal and director Nicholas Jasenovec, Yi travels the U. looking for anyone who will talk to her about their experiences with or perspectives about love.It feels like they’re having some sort of unspoken competition as to who can be more awkward.Paper Heart’s true strength lies in its unconventionality. She’s not some Disney cookie-cutter star, nor is she the most articulate actress.But she does represent a large bracket of girls who go largely underrepresented in film.She feels pressures from a variety of sources to look and act a certain way and to, of course, fall in love. Her apprehension to falling in love is another novel take on the classic love story. She’s simply a laid-back girl, unlike the sex-crazed husband-hunters we’re used to seeing in most romantic comedies.
At first Yi is completely turned off by Cera’s apparent interest in her but she slowly becomes smitten with Cera’s quirky clumsiness—throughout the film it’s hard to decipher who’s more anxious. With technology now, you can get a camera for a hundred bucks on your phone. Charlyne: So many people get deals, so many You Tubers get scripts and things made because they're constantly creating things on their own. It was the first time we all hung out together, and so we went on an adventure. In terms of a script, there was only a five page outline. Jake: Whatever city you're in, find a theater and put on a play or shoot a video. Follow Charlyne across America as she and her good friend (and director) Nicholas Jasenovec search for answers and advice about love, by talking with friends and strangers, scientists, bikers, romance novelists, and children. Well, at the very least, she doesnt believe in fairy-tale love or the Hollywood mythology of love, and her own experiences have turned her into yet another modern-day skeptic.