It was a very emotional release and a great ending to a definitive trilogy.
There is no limit to the imagination that exudes from movies like Paprika, but perhaps its most evocative element is its connection to reality; a dysfunctional dreamworld that can still be manipulated by whoever holds the means of entering it from the real one.
It can also be exciting, delicate, primal, and, on some occasions, downright thrilling.
Her boyfriend doubted her as she had a close relationship with her boss and got money at times.
The best of these films use sex in a nuanced, thought-provoking way.
Still, the 1932 movie is highly influential and very important for the Japanese movie industry.