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Interview: Quentin Dupieux (director of Rubber)

by Benjamin Pearson • April 2011 In a monologue early on in Rubber (TMT Review), director Quentin Dupieux’s first English-language release, a guide to the in-film audience (who are getting ready to observe from afar as a tire comes to life and goes on a killing spree) says every film is guided by an idea called “no reason.” Somewhere between absurdist and commonsensical, the speech is both a manifesto and a stand-up bit on why manifestos are silly.
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