Programme

INCREDIBLE BUT TRUE

Quentin Dupieux

France, Belgium , 2022 / 90 min / French with English subtitles / Comedy

FILM DE CLÔTURE

Alain and Marie are viewing a house in a quiet suburb. The real estate agent warns them that what lies in the cellar will turn their lives upside down. Amazed and excited by what they discover, the couple decides to buy the property. When Alain’s brash boss and his girlfriend come over for dinner, the temptation to share the incredible (but true!) piece of information is strong. Marie, however, is determined to keep it a secret. She becomes obsessed with the cellar and cannot help going down there ...

Screenings
Sun 13/03 19:00 Kinepolis Kirchberg FR OV with ENG.subt Public https://luxfilmfestfilms.megatix.be/en/HO00004315?locationFilters=LFFKI&dateTime...

"Lea Drucker and Alain Chabat star in Quentin Dupieux’s droll domestic time travel comedy" Lee Marshall, Screen Daily, 11/02/2022

 

Awards
  • Official Selection, Berlinale Specials Gala films, Berlinale, 2021 (Germany)
Cast & Credits
Cast 
Alain Chabat, Léa Drucker, Benoît Magimel, Anaïs Demoustier
Screenplay 
Quentin Dupieux
Cinematographer 
Quentin Dupieux
Montage 
Quentin Dupieux
Directeur de la photo 
Quentin Dupieux
Production 
Atelier de Production
Distribution 
O'Brother Distribution
Biography

Quentin Dupieux began his career in the 1990s by making music videos alongside Michel Gondry. A music lover, he became known under the name of Mr Oizo and in 1999 became one of the most famous DJs in France. In 2001, he directed his first short, Nonfilm which he followed up with a first feature, Steak, in 2007. He then shot several films in the United States such as Rubber (2010), Wrong Cops (2013) or Reality (2014). Back in Europe, he directed Keep an Eye Out (2018) with Benoît Poelvoorde, as well as Deerskin (2019) with Jean Dujardin, which opened the Director’s Fortnight in Cannes in 2019. Mandibles (2020) has been screened to Luxfilmfest.
Incredible but true is his ninth feature film.

 

Filmography
  • 2019 – Le Daim
  • 2013 – Wrong Cops
  • 2010 – Rubber