By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist November 30, 2011 at 6:38PM
One of the most engagingly strange movies of the past year was the killer flick "Rubber." Brought to life by Quentin Dupieux, the film was a true original, telling the tale of a car tire (yes, a car tire) with telepathic, muderous powers. The movie was a big genre hit and put Dupieux on the map. Well, he's back once again and headed to Sundance with a brand new film.
His next effort, "Wrong," has been developing under lock and key, but with the Park City lineup now being announced, a few more details have emerged. The film stars (an awesome looking) William Fichtner, Alexis Dziena and Steve Little and centers around a man who is looking for his lost dog and along the way comes across "a nympho pizza-delivery girl, a jogging neighbor seeking the absolute, and a mysterious righter of wrongs." The good folks over at Cinemateaser have uncovered the trailer and it's every bit as bonkers as you might expect, offering up a barrage of enticingly odd glimpses of the film. But one central question comes through all of it: "Why?"
"Wrong" will try to get it all right at Sundance in January. But for now, get a taste of the movie below with the trailer and new stills from the movie in additon to the poster via The Film Stage.