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* AuthorExistenceFailure: At the time of his death, he was working on a film about robots called ''The Dream Machine'' which would have been his first project aimed at a younger audience. [[invoked]]



* FamousLastWords: [[ButNowIMustGo "Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go."]] The wording is said to be a specific phrase you'd use if you were, say, at work and called away, having to leave your coworkers to finish a project without you.

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* FamousLastWords: [[ButNowIMustGo "Now, if you'll excuse me, I have to go."]] The wording is said to be DiedDuringProduction: At the time of his death, he was working on a specific phrase you'd use if you were, say, at work and film about robots called away, having to leave your coworkers to finish a ''The Dream Machine'' which would have been his first project without you.aimed at a younger audience. [[invoked]]


* ''The Dream Machine'' ([[AuthorExistenceFailure Event]][[DevelopmentHell ually]])

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* ''The Dream Machine'' ([[AuthorExistenceFailure Event]][[DevelopmentHell ually]])(Indefinitely delayed following his death)



* FourIsDeath: Rather eerily, his fourth film, ''Paprika'', was his final theatrical film...[[DevelopmentHell to be released anyway]].
* GenreBusting: Most of his films have [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs strange or unconventional premises]].
* HeAlsoDid: Wrote, storyboarded and directed the fifth episode of the original ''{{Manga/JoJos Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders}}'' OVA for {{Creator/APPP}} (the episode with the [[MemeticMutation memetic scene]] where DIO stares up at a 7UP sign). He died before Creator/DavidProduction animated the more well-known (nowadays) version of the anime, so we'll never know what he might have thought of their take on it.

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* FourIsDeath: Rather eerily, his fourth film, ''Paprika'', was his final theatrical film...[[DevelopmentHell film to be released anyway]].
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* GenreBusting: Most of his films have [[ThisIsYourPremiseOnDrugs strange or unconventional premises]].
premises.
* HeAlsoDid: Wrote, storyboarded and directed the fifth episode of the original ''{{Manga/JoJos Bizarre Adventure Stardust Crusaders}}'' OVA for {{Creator/APPP}} (the episode with the [[MemeticMutation memetic scene]] scene where DIO stares up at a 7UP sign). He died before Creator/DavidProduction animated the more well-known (nowadays) version of the anime, so we'll never know what he might have thought of their take on it.


** Literature/Paprika: BlackAndGrayMorality

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** Literature/Paprika: Literature/{{Paprika}}: BlackAndGrayMorality


** Anime/Paprika: BlackAndGrayMorality

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** Anime/Paprika: Literature/Paprika: BlackAndGrayMorality


** Paprika: GreyAndGrayMorality

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** Paprika: GreyAndGrayMoralityAnime/Paprika: BlackAndGrayMorality


* MagicRealism: Two of his works,''Anime/TokyoGodfathers'' and ''Anime/ParanoiaAgent'' have elements of this trope: in the former, the plot is driven by a series of incredibly fortunate coincidences, giving it a very "Christmas magic" vibe (And also,[[spoiler: the intervention of a supernatural force ends saving the life of one of the main characters ]] while in the latter a seemingly mundane mystery ends becoming a supernatural SurrealHorror story, but never losing a certain down-to-earth tone for the most part.

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* MagicRealism: Two of his works,''Anime/TokyoGodfathers'' and ''Anime/ParanoiaAgent'' have elements of this trope: in the former, the plot is driven by a series of incredibly fortunate coincidences, giving it a very "Christmas magic" vibe (And also,[[spoiler: the intervention of a supernatural force ends saving the life of one of the main characters ]] ]]) while in the latter a seemingly mundane mystery ends becoming a supernatural SurrealHorror story, but never losing a certain down-to-earth tone for the most part.


* MagicRealism: Two of his works,''Anime/TokyoGodfathers'' and ''Anime/ParanoiaAgent'' have elements of this trope: in the former, the plot is driven by a series of incredibly fortunate coincidences, giving it a very "Christmas magic" vibe (And also,[[spoiler: the intervention of a supernatural force ends saving the life of one of the main characters ]] while in the latter a seemingly mundane mystery ends becoming a SurrealHorror story, but never losing a certain down-to-earth tone for the most part.

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* MagicRealism: Two of his works,''Anime/TokyoGodfathers'' and ''Anime/ParanoiaAgent'' have elements of this trope: in the former, the plot is driven by a series of incredibly fortunate coincidences, giving it a very "Christmas magic" vibe (And also,[[spoiler: the intervention of a supernatural force ends saving the life of one of the main characters ]] while in the latter a seemingly mundane mystery ends becoming a supernatural SurrealHorror story, but never losing a certain down-to-earth tone for the most part.


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%% * MagicRealismMagicRealism: Two of his works,''Anime/TokyoGodfathers'' and ''Anime/ParanoiaAgent'' have elements of this trope: in the former, the plot is driven by a series of incredibly fortunate coincidences, giving it a very "Christmas magic" vibe (And also,[[spoiler: the intervention of a supernatural force ends saving the life of one of the main characters ]] while in the latter a seemingly mundane mystery ends becoming a SurrealHorror story, but never losing a certain down-to-earth tone for the most part.


* ConspicuousCG: Being visually innovative apparently makes you bet on the wrong horse sometimes.


* ''Anime/TheDreamMachine'' ([[AuthorExistenceFailure Event]][[DevelopmentHell ually]])

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* ''Anime/TheDreamMachine'' ''The Dream Machine'' ([[AuthorExistenceFailure Event]][[DevelopmentHell ually]])



* AuthorExistenceFailure: At the time of his death, he was working on a film about robots called ''Anime/TheDreamMachine'' which would have been his first project aimed at a younger audience. [[invoked]]

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* AuthorExistenceFailure: At the time of his death, he was working on a film about robots called ''Anime/TheDreamMachine'' ''The Dream Machine'' which would have been his first project aimed at a younger audience. [[invoked]]

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* SceneryPorn


Relatively unbeknownest to most, he also drew several manga before moving into animation, many of which were eventually released in English in 2013-2015.

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Relatively unbeknownest unknown to most, he also drew several manga before moving into animation, many of which were eventually released in English in 2013-2015.


* CastOfSnowflakes

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%% * CastOfSnowflakes



* HumansAreSpecial
* MagicRealism

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%% * HumansAreSpecial
%% * MagicRealism


-->--'''Satoshi Kon''' closing out his final message to the world.

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-->--'''Satoshi -->-- '''Satoshi Kon''' closing out his final message to the world.
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