The opening shot of French director Quentin Dupieux’s “Wrong” shows a slate-blue slab of concrete bifurcated by a long, jagged crack.
The image serves as a fitting metaphor for the state of mind of Dolph Springer (Jack Plotnick). His bedside clock flips from 7:59 a.m. to 7:60. When he gets out of bed, he wanders through his house looking for his dog, Paul. Unable to locate his pet, he heads across the street to ask his weird neighbor of the dog’s whereabouts and is met with an oddly hostile response.
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