Watch: New Trailer for Quentin Dupieux's Peculiar and Absurd 'Wrong'

January 9, 2013


Following the first strange, illustrated poster for Quentin Dupieux's Wrong (the title is spelled out in a mustache, so it's really worth checking out), we now have a new trailer for the film which is hitting VOD next month and limited theaters in the spring. As the poster teased, this film is downright wacky. It's impressive and interesting to see what an auteur like Dupieux can do as the writer, director, editor and composer for this indie. There's a cool electronic vibe with an off-kilter sense of humor that is dark and delightful at the same time. It's likely not for everybody, but the trailer is worth checking out. Watch below!

Here's the new trailer for Quentin Dupieux's Wrong from YouTube:

Dolph Springer wakes up one morning to realize he has lost the love of his life, his dog, Paul. During his quest to get Paul (and his life) back, Dolph radically changes the lives of others, while risking his sanity.

Wrong is written, shot, directed & edited by French filmmaker Quentin Dupieux, also known as musician Mr. Oizo. It's his fourth feature film following Rubber the crazy sentient tire movie which was released in 2010 by Magnet Releasing, as well as Steak and Nonfilm. Jack Plotnick ("Reno 911") and William Fichtner star in the film which first premiered at Sundance, hits VOD on Feb. 1st, and limited theaters March 29th.

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  • Xerxexx
    Yeah...I'm in.
    • Me three!
      • Xerxexx
        wait...who's second?
        • David Banner
          Well, I can. I wanted to be first, but I'll go for second. We could swap?
          • Xerxexx
            um...let me think...NO! No Trades!
        • he he! 😉
  • ff
    nice I like
  • Skimi
    Rubber was amazing, this too will be!




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