'It's a fluke.
In what way?'
Many indie features, have fallen flat on their faces, with trying to be too unique and original. It is a very thin line between success and failure at times, with some becoming far too obscure and muddled for their own good. 'Paper Man', is a film I knew absolutely nothing about going in, and I think it is probably best this way.
A film deeply routed in dealing with mental health issues, but presented in a quirky, almost embracing way. We are left with Daniels occupying a house on Rhode Island, desperate to finish his second novel, the follow up to the highly unsuccessful first. There is also the issue of who's idea it…