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Film screening. Wrong. 2012. USA. Directed by Quentin Dupieux. 94 min.


Cinephiles know Quentin Dupieux (Mr Oizo the electronic) as the author of the concept hit Tyre where the excitement of the love drama is killed by simplicity of the main character as it is a car tyre which falls in love here having become alive. Life of Dolf, an odd fellow, the main character of Wrong, is full of extraordinary acquaintances and adventures. While looking for his lost dog he meets a nymphomaniac delivering pizza, an eccentric detective and a gardener-opportunist. This time the genre deconstructed is a detective story which is not less popular today.

In the framework of the Deconstruction of Сinematic Realities Film Program.

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GARAGE SCREEN is developed by Garage Center for Contemporary Culture’s film program as part of its Educational Program. Screenings and related events tackle the theoretical and practical issues raised by cinema.

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