Re: Inception vs. Paprika controversy , 開始対パプリカ論争


なし Re: Inception vs. Paprika controversy , 開始対パプリカ論争

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Sorry to the translator. I got a Thai(?) quote this time from : Tema film Inception sederhana, memasuki alam bawah sadar manusia pada saat tertidur. Tema ini pernah diangkat pula dalam beberapa film animasi seperti Paprika dan Ghost in Shell, atau film sci-fi lain seperti The Matrix

From : Since then I’ve seen “Inception” a second time, and I’m still not certain which reading I accept as either the best analysis or even a favorite possibility, though I’m especially down with the idea that for the part of Ariadne (Ellen Page), Nolan was as much influenced by the anime film “Paprika” as the Greek myth from which she’s named. She is quite inquisitive in a therapist sort of way.

Leo being ironic @ :

"This is a very surreal, multi-dimensional plot structure (which) needs ideas that don't come about from Hollywood very often," DiCaprio said.

"I'm truly excited to see how the audiences here would react to this idea," he said, crediting Japanese movie-goers with embracing new concepts such as works by animation director Hayao Miyazaki and cinema legend Kurosawa.

"I'm a huge fan of Japanese cinema, Japanese anime," DiCaprio said at a Tokyo press conference. "The Miyazaki film 'Spirited Away' has very surreal landscapes that audiences here seem to embrace and seem to love."

From :

"The concept behind Inception, that of invading a person's sleeping mind and planting dreams there, was explored less spectacularly but more daringly in the Japanese animator Satoshi Kon's Paprika. Kon uses a bright and colourful animation style to explore the dangers of shared dreams in a way that is both funny and frightening, and he doesn't avoid the dangerous sexual ideas that dreaming can uncover. Toys and household appliances acquire the profound sense of menace that everyday objects sometimes project when rational thinking is switched off."

From :

"Not many people have heard of it since it resides in the realm and classification of anime, but Satoshi Kon`s Paprika, produced in 2006, really set the standard for movies that relied on dreams to develop the story. Dream-sharing and dream recording were a major factor in this movie, while Inception built its well-driven plot from only the ability to share a dream with another person.

"In Paprika, therapists use technology to enter the dream world of their patients and better treat them for the problems they face in real life. This technology gets stolen by one of the people that developed it, now addicted to the world where rules don`t apply. However, all his time in the dream world begins breaking boundaries between dreams, building a huge collective of all the oddities people have dreamed up. It looks kind of trippy, but it definitely shows the full spectrum of how people interact with their subconscious."

From :

"On retrouve d'ailleurs cette utilisation du rêve dans le manga Paprika de Satoshi Kon sorti en 2005."

From :
"Pas de DC-mini (Paprika, Satoshi Kon, 2006), ni de machine à laver la mémoire (Eternal sunshine, Gondry, 2004), l’exploration des subconscients est devenue possible grâce à un autre artifice, l’inception (mot anglais pour « origine »)."

Man, who'd have thought Paprika would be talked about more now than when it first came out?

ZYL, please, if possible, translate at least the Dicaprio thing. That's the one which pisses me off.
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