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Film Review - Reality


In 2010, writer/director Quentin Dupieux made his filmmaking debut with “Rubber,” a horror/comedy about a killer tire. The premise was enough to draw interest, but the picture’s command of absurdity and atmosphere kept the feature fascinating. A second bizarre comedy, “Wrong,” followed, also hitting wonderful notes of weirdness while remaining periodically hilarious, quickly chased by another winner, “Wrong Cops.” Dupieux enjoys the strangeness of cinema, but he’s managed to retain some sense of subversive gravity to his work. With “Reality,” the helmer aims to pull his own effort inside out, endeavoring to build a comedy that messes with perception and manipulation while mining laughs out of pure oddity. For those who enjoy their brain-bleeders with a significant sense of humor, “Reality” is truly something to experience. Read the rest at


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