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Marina Antunes [Film Festival 12.01.11] comedy drama

It's no secret that I didn't love Quentin Dupieux's Rubber (review) but I did find some moments of gleeful joy in the director's international attention getter. The story was a tad too strange for me but in small doses, Rubber has overtones of crazy brilliance. I loved the film's look and the music but have been sitting pretty waiting for Dupieux's follow up before deciding if the French DJ-turned-director is anything more than a one hit pony. Turns out the strangeness runs deeper, much deeper, than one film.

It was announced earlier today that Dupieux's follow up, a little comedy of errors titled Wrong, would be celebrating its world premiere at Sundance. But worry not, you don't have long to wait for a peek at the weirdness because The Playlist has uncovered a wacky trailer.

Wrong stars Jack Plotnick as Dolph, a man searching for his lost dog who along the way comes across "a nympho pizza-delivery girl, a jogging neighbor seeking the absolute, and a mysterious righter of wrongs, he may eventually lose his mind... and his identity." You didn't really think Dolph was going to meet some normal people did you?

It's a crazy trailer that had me tapping my foot and giggling. I'm definitely game to see what Dupieux has on display this time around though I doubt it will make any more sense than Rubber did.

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agentorange (8 years ago) Reply

William Fichtner! That was awesome.

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