VOD Recommendation: A Surrealist Indie Dramedy About a Man and His Dog Now Available on Demand
02.04.13 by BJSprecher
"I only realized I loved my face, after it had been burned with acid."
Journey along with a man deperately attempting to hold on to his sanity long enough to find his lost dog.
The Flick: Wrong
The Skinny: French musician-turned-filmmaker Quentin Dupieux ("Mr. Oizo" in music circles) wrote, directed, edited and scored this indie dramedy produced by Canal+ and Realitism Films. It premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.
The Players: Jack Plotnick stars as Dolph Springer, a seemingly normal suburbanite who wakes up one day to find that his dog is missing, it rains inside of his office building and no one notices but him, and the palm tree in his yard has spontaneously transformed into a pine tree. Jack may be losing his mind, but he is determined to find his lost dog no matter where his quest may take him. William Fichter, Steve Little and Alexis Dziena also star.