‘Wrong Cops’, Quentin Dupieux’s film in progress, gets a trailer ahead of its Sundance debut

Wrong cops

Filmmaker Quentin Dupieux turned many heads in the film community with his 2010 feature Rubber, which chronicled the tale of a homicidal car tire with telepathic powers. Many people were thus looking forward to what he’d do next, and while his follow-up feature, Wrong, has yet to see a wide release outside of a few select European countries, Dupieux is already set to debut part of his next feature at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Dupieux is taking a unique approach to shooting this feature, titled Wrong Cops; he is filming and working on individual segments, and putting the film together as the funding comes through. Sundance will see him debut Chapters 1 to 3, making for a total of 45 minutes of runtime. The first trailer for this film has now been released, and can be seen below.

(Source: Twitch)

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