Quentin Dupieux, the mastermind behind last year's cult hit 'Rubber,' has returned with 'Wrong,' an absurdist follow-up in keeping with his debut. When Dolph awakens to find his beloved dog missing, it sends him on a journey that will affect the lives of a lonely pizza delivery operator, an eccentric zen master and his own landscaper. Filled with quirky characters, 'Wrong' embraces an even quirkier world that feels familiar but just out of reach -- much to its detriment.
A man wakes up one morning to find his dog missing and sets out to find him with the help of a dog psychic. Along the way he interacts with several people, including a pretty pizza delivery worker, a landscaper, and his dog's abductor.
If there's one independent production company that everyone should know about and keep their eyes on, it's Drafthouse Films. They've made one bold and smart distribution after another and are doing it again, this time with 'Wrong.'