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Wrong Quentin Dupieux Trailer Online
The question is 'Why?'

01 December 2011  |  Written by Owen Williams  |  Source: Cinema Teaser (via The Playlist)

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Wrong Quentin Dupieux Trailer Online

Anyone who's had the boggled pleasure of seeing Rubber, ought to be much excited at the news that Quentin Dupieux's follow-up Wrong is on its way to Sundance, heralded by this unsurprisingly bizarre teaser trailer.

Rubber, you'll recall, was about a murderous, self-ambulatory, telepathic tyre. And Wrong? Well the official line is that it involves a man searching for his lost dog, encountering a pneumatic pizza-delivery girl, a jogging neighbour and a "mysterious righter of wrongs" en-route. Beyond that though, your guess is as good as ours. 

We're shown star Jack Plotnik opening the door to dog-detective Steve Little; a heartwarming photo of lost dog Paw; a yellow car racing across some salt flats; a grave being dug; a bald man stabbing someone with a lollipop; an office full of steam; a large man with a smaller dog; something approximating a car chase; a burning van; various people asking 'Why?'; and a burned-up William Fichter looking bad-ass and asking if he's... wrong.

There's also a score to remind us that Dupieux's alter-ego is Mr. Oizo, and given the canine theme, it all looks appriopriately barking mad. The poster below has been unveiled on the official website, and you can check out some more stills at The Film Stage, including a whimsical one of Fichtner paddling his feet. There are no release dates or distribution deals so far, it seems, but the festival premiere is in January.

 


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