Quentin Dupieux's Wrong Gets An Insanely Weird New Trailer
Anyone who knows the work of director Quentin Dupieux's knows that the filmmaker doesn't quite have the same sensibilities as most. To put it bluntly, his movies are pretty goddamn weird. Take, for example, his 2010 film Rubber. Not only was the movie's main character a telekinetic used tire named Robert who enjoys blowing up peoples' heads, the film features its own audience that watches the plot unfold while they stand on a hill using binoculars. It's an incredibly trippy ride and I can only expect the same from his next feature, Wrong.
We brought you the first teaser trailer for the movie all the way back in November of 2011 when it was getting set to premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, and earlier today we saw the first poster arrive online, but now a feature length trailer has appeared and, just as we anticipated, it's a total mindfuck. Check it out below, via Apple.
Both written and directed by Dupieux, who is also an electronic/techno musician known as Mr. Oizo, Wrong tells the tale of a man named Dolph Springer (Jack Plotnick, who was also featured in Rubber) who wakes up one day to discover that his beloved dog has disappeared. Desperate to get his best friend back, Dolph goes on a quest to find him, but in the process finds himself losing his mind. William Fichtner, Steve Little, and Alexis Dziena co-star in the movie, which will be heading to VOD on February 1st. In the meantime, do yourself a favor and catch up with Dupieux's last movie by reading my review and streaming it on Netflix.
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