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    Venice Review: Quentin Dupieux's 'Reality' Will Mess With Your Head

    The "Rubber" director returns with another wild surrealist comedy.

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    Venice Review: Quentin Dupieux Returns With Droll Dreams-And-Movies Head-Trip ‘Reality’

    If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. And if it is broken, no harm in breaking it further. After the modest, cultier-than-thou successes of killer tire movie “Rubber” and lost dog odyssey “Wrong,” perpetual student filmmaker Quentin Dupieux returns with another iteration of his very narrowly defined fiel...

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    Venice Clip: TV Is A Killer In Quentin Dupieux's 'Reality' Which He Describes As "A Cool And Funny Inception"

    Quentin Dupieux is finally unveiling "Reality," a movie he's been trying to make since before his his full length debut "Rubber," at the Venice Film Festival. And as usual, it's quite audacious. "It is really hard to talk about because the script is so complicated, but let's say it's a cool and funn...

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    Exclusive Cahiers du Cinema Reviews in English: Quentin Dupieux's 'Steak' Is Crazy With Purpose

    This review of "Steak" is by Stéphane Delorme and Jean-Philippe Tessé, respectively editor in chief and deputy editor of Cahiers du Cinéma since 2009.

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    Quentin Dupieux On What Inspired His Gonzo Odyssey 'Wrong' and His Obsession With Monty Python

    With total disregard for Hollywood convention, oddball writer-director-musician Quentin Dupieux last made a mark with his gonzo killer tire horror pic "Rubber." The Frenchman is now back with "Wrong," an even more eccentric vision about one man's journey to find his missing dog that takes so many de...

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    Review: Quentin Dupieux's Latest Is More Enjoyably Weird Than 'Wrong'

    Quentin Dupieux directs like David Lynch. On mushrooms. With a head injury. After reading a lot of Haruki Murakami. We promise we mean this in the best way possible, to both Dupieux and those struggling with traumatic brain injury. There are elements of the surrealist auteur's work in the off-kilter...

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    Quentin Dupieux Comedy 'Wrong' Finds a Home With Drafthouse Films

    Quentin Dupieux’s latest bizarre comedy, “Wrong,” has found a home with Drafthouse Films, which acquired North American rights to the film Tuesday. The Austin-based specialty distributor plans a theatrical and VOD release in 2013.

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    Watch: Quentin Dupieux's 14-Minute Short 'Wrong Cops' Starring Marilyn Manson

    While for many, the Cannes Film Festival means reading about it from afar, wishing all the buzzworthy films would arrive in theaters near you soon. But there's at least one entry this year that won't be exclusive to those on the Croisette. Edgy filmmaker Quentin Dupieux has ventured to the D...

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    Watch: Teaser for 'Rubber' Director Quentin Dupieux's 'WRONG COPS'

    The filmmaker behind "Rubber," the movie starring, you know, a tire, has another weird movie looking for funding. It's called "WRONG COPS" and it stars Marilyn Manson, and yes, the title is in all caps. It's a comedy about disturbed cops, which means that, sadly, tires ma...

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    Watch: Trailer & New Image For Quentin Dupieux's Short Film 'Wrong Cops' Starring Marilyn Manson

    While Cannes will be hosting all kinds of celebs this week as they walk down the red carpet, eat at restaurants where the final bill is our rent for the month and shop in the kind of fancy boutiques that we're not even allowed into, at least there will be the presence (cinematically, if not pers...

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