Festival Trailer for Quentin Dupieux's Latest Film 'Incredible But True'

February 10, 2022
Source: YouTube

Incredible But True Trailer

"We're afraid you'll think we're crazies, if we tell the story…" The Match Factory has revealed a very short teaser trailer for Incredible But True, the latest from from quirky French filmmaker Quentin Dupieux (of Rubber, Wrong, Reality, Deerskin, & Mandibles most recently). Incroyable Mais Vrai, as it's known in French, is premeiring today (!!) at the 2022 Berlin Film Festival, hence this trailer also arriving today. I just saw it earlier today and it's another surreal, wacky, amusing comedy from Dupieux. Alain and Marie moved to the suburb house of their dreams. But the real estate agent hints that – what is in the basement may well change their lives forever. There's a tube down there, but where does it lead? What does it do? You'll have to watch to find out! Oh it's soooo good. The comedy stars Alain Chabat, Léa Drucker, Benoît Magimel, Anaïs Demoustier, and Stéphane Pezerat. Just wait until you see more from this film! It's so much fun.

Here's the first festival trailer for Quentin Dupieux's Incredible But True, direct from YouTube (via SD):

Incredible But True Film

From Berlinale: "Alain and Marie are viewing a house in a quiet suburb. The real estate agent warns them that what lies in the cellar will turn their lives upside down. Amazed and excited by what they discover, the couple decides to buy the property. When Alain’s brash boss and his girlfriend come over for dinner, the temptation to share the incredible (but true!) piece of information is strong. Marie, however, is determined to keep it a secret. She becomes obsessed with the cellar and cannot help going down there…" Incredible But True, also known as Incroyable Mais Vrai, is written and directed by acclaimed French filmmaker Quentin Dupieux, director of many films including Nonfilm, Steak, Rubber, Wrong, Wrong Cops, Reality, Keep an Eye Out, Deerskin, and Mandibles previously. This film is premiering at the 2022 Berlin Film Festival this month, then opening in France in June 2022. No US release date is set yet - stay tuned. Anyone curious?

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