Watch: International Trailer for Quentin Dupieux's 'Wrong' is Wacky
"Why me?" Another wacky, weird, must-see international trailer for Quentin Dupieux's new film Wrong has debuted, found by The Film Stage. Dupieux, aka Mr. Oizo, also directed the killer tire movie Rubber, and followed that up with this film, Wrong, starring William Fichtner, Jack Plotnick, Eric Judor and Alexis Dziena, among others. It looks as trippy as it sounds, about some guy who loses his dog and goes insane looking for him. There are many odd things happening in this, I can't even describe half of what's going on, from the clock (7:60?) to who the heck is William Fichtner even supposed to be? You've got see it.
Watch the latest international trailer for Quentin Dupieux's Wrong, found via The Film Stage:
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. This premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, but I don't think it has yet been picked up by any US distributor. So, we're not sure when it'll be hitting theaters.
Nick Sears on Jul 23, 2012
I'm proud to be french !!!
Mr. Cinemagic on Jul 24, 2012
Because? The director's French whereas 99% of the team is american?
mathieu leborgne on Jul 24, 2012
love that music.
Dan Hibiki on Jul 24, 2012
i loved rubber... i don't know why i did but i did. so ill see this
DoomCanoe on Jul 24, 2012
Seems like it's trying to be weird, kinda feels forced. I'm sure with more context it'd be better, but as it stands it just seems like everyone in this movie is inexplicably stupid... which would frustrate me as a viewer
Richie G on Jul 24, 2012
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