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WRONG - Toronto Premiere! - Thurs, Oct 25, 9.45 PM at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema

Directed by Quentin Dupieux, USA, 2012, 94 mins

Principal Cast: Jack Plotnick, Eric Judor, Alexis Dziena, William Fichtner

Toronto Premiere, One Screening Only
Thurs, Oct 25, 9.45pm, Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, 506 Bloor St. W. at Bathurst. Door Tickets from: 5.45pm, Seating from: 9.15pm.
$14 Regular, $24 Double Feature w IN THEIR SKIN at 6.45 pm. Buy Advance Tickets Online Here until 11.59pm Day Before Screening.

Short Description

A hit at Sundance, fans of David Lynch and the Coen Brothers will delight in this latest cinematic oddity from the deranged mind of Quentin Dupieux (RUBBER): an absurd crime thriller about a man and the very strange things that happen to him as he tries to track down his kidnapped dog.

The Buzz

“Bends and breaks every cinematic rule-of-thumb….batshit crazy…a wild and hilarious ride of absurdity!” - Twitch

“Completely insane….WRONG will melt your fucking brain into ice cream…..you’ll likely be smacking your head in astonishment throughout most of the running time.” - Joblo.com

“Super fun….There’s so much weirdness going on in this movie!”
- Ain’t It Cool News

“Should satisfy your craving for the wildly bizarro. I laughed out loud numerous times at the absurdity on display.” - Bloody-Disgusting

Official Selection - Over 10 International Film Festivals including Sundance, Fantastic Fest, Fantasia

Winner - Most Innovative Feature Film- Fantasia Film Festival

SYNOPSIS

Firemen apathetically ignore a fire, an alarm clock reads 7:60 AM, a pine-tree becomes a palm-tree, and sad sap Dolph Springer is unable to find his dog Paul – something is wrong here, and it’s about to get a whole lot wrong-er. But WRONG comes to us from Quentin Depieux, the same filmmaker who made RUBBER, a brilliant post-modern parable about psychic killer tires and the philosophy of “no reason” that left audiences (including Toronto After Dark’s) hysterically delirious with its absurd surrealist satire back in 2010. And so, (deep breath) if Dolph Springer has any chance of getting his dog back, he should expect to navigate a series of increasingly silly vignettes (some concerning indoor rainstorms and canine telepathy), meet a terrific ensemble cast including gut-busting performances from Steve Little (EASTBOUND AND DOWN) and the immortal character actor William Fichtner (DRIVE ANGRY), and know that his adventure will (and does) amount to one the funniest films of the year. To expect anything less would be… well… WRONG.
- Peter Kuplowsky

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