United States | 2012 | Quentin Dupieux
The wild new film from the director of Rubber (about a killer tire!) is another absurdist comedy. A man awakens one day to discover that his beloved dog is missing. His search to find him leads from one surreal non-sequitur situation to another. Pretty soon he’s lost not only his dog, but also his mind! “A singularly amusing head trip…Suggests Groundhog Day remade by Luis Buñuel.” –Indiewire. “Just as weird and awesome as you expect.” –Ain’t It Cool News. “[A] wry, dry and glittering near-masterpiece.” –Salon.
Cleveland theatrical premiere. 35mm. 94 min.
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