Posts Tagged ‘Quentin Dupieux’

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Wrong

September 25, 2012

directed by Quentin Dupieux, 2012

It was perhaps a huge disservice to not have seen Dupieux’s Rubber before diving into his latest effort. Certainly, there are those tickled and perhaps even moved by what Dupieux represents as a filmmaker, but the guy feels oddly too imaginative for his own good. Not only that, but his vision fails to conjure up any type of creative appeal that we haven’t seen before.Wrong is both familiar and foreign, as to override all expectations, enveloping the viewer in a dizzying stream of inertness. It’s mainly a mad exercise without the slightest hint of its destination, with Dupieux as the conductor.

Full review at Sound on Sight

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