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It is papery and insubstantial.
Semi-amusing and occasionally even slightly touching, but attempts at magical whimsy fall flat.
Buttressing the romance, humour and redemption is a sprinkling of childhood magic that provides a high charm quotient central to its appeal.
Paper Souls suffers from a severe identity crisis.
It sounds grisly, and at times the twee picture postcard Parisian milieu (street-lit cafes; padlocks on the Pont des Arts) drifts into snore-inducing cliche.
The director Vincent Lannoo doesn't have quite the Lubitsch touch but, in its own slightly flimsy way, Paper Souls makes pleasant enough viewing.
It's hard to think of a level on which the French metaphysical romance Paper Souls is not misguided.
You need to take all of this with a large pinch of salt but the cast is game and it is as light as a soufflé.
For all its melancholy charm, this never delves deeply enough into issues like loss, loneliness, memory and healing before tying up the loose ends a tad too neatly.
Low key but charming.
A bit of a damp squib in comparison to its peers.
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