By Clark Collis
January 09, 2013 at 11:57 PM EST
Drafthouse Films

When I spoke with French director Quentin Dupieux just before the release of his memorably odd, 2011 movie Rubber he said that his next film, Wrong, would be a “super simple” story about a guy looking for his dog. What he didn’t mention was the movie would also feature — as the film’s new trailer makes clear — a character who seems delighted about the fact that his face has been horribly burned with acid and another who believes it is possible to access the memory of canine feces. Then again, Rubber concerns the adventures of a homicidal car tire so maybe Dupieux believes these kinds of things are just a normal part of the contemporary cine-scape.

Regardless, you can check out the trailer for Wrong — which is available on VOD from February 1 and hits cinemas March 29 — below.

Take a look and tell us what you think.

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