Wrong (4/2, 10:00pm)

“Dupieux turns a little story about a man’s quest to find his missing dog into a mind-bending, chopped-and-screwed reality — bringing the fun into arthouse cinema, ‘Wrong’ will leave you strangely addicted to Dupieux’s world.” — Chase Whale, Twitch

After directing just a mere handful of features, Quentin Dupieux has immediately established himself as one of the world’s most fearless cinematic surrealists. With a laser-sharp eye, a pranksterish wit and the airy rhythm of a ballet dancer, this filmmaker has not just blossomed into our collective space — he has ZAPPED into being with the fully-formed artistic viewpoint that it takes other folks most of a career to manage. His latest comedic brainbomb finds Reno 911’s Jack Plotnick awakening one morning to find he has lost the sole love of his life — his dog. Amongst such bizarro human roadblocks as a promiscuous pizza delivery girl, an unstable, jogging-addicted neighbor, an eccentric pet detective (Eastbound And Down’s Steve Little) and an oily, enigmatic guru (a flat-out brilliant William Fichtner), his journey in Wrong guides you through a fascinating, wholly original and hallucinatory universe to which you’ll want to book repeat accommodations.
Dir. Quentin Dupieux, 2012, 35mm, 94 min.

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