Incredible But True
Quirky, deadpan humor, an absurdist eye for French social etiquette and a keen sense of the folly of existence are among the hallmarks of the oddball comedies of director Quentin Dupieux (Rubber, Deerskin, Smoking Causes Coughing), and Incredible But True is no different.
Alain (Alain Chabat, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets) and Marie (Léa Drucker, War of the Worlds) are a middle-aged bourgeois couple who move to their new house in a quiet suburb. A key feature of their new abode that the estate agent points out to them is a mysterious tunnel in the basement. Little do they realise that it will turn their lives upside down...
Shot during the pandemic under quarantine conditions, Incredible But True is an inventive and nimble tale that perfectly showcases the singular and eccentric vision that has made Dupieux the most exciting director working in France today.
- Cast and director Interviews with Alain Chabat, Benoît Magimel and Quentin Dupieux
- Upside Down, Inside Out, an appreciation of the films of Quentin Dupieux by critic Elena Lazic
- Trailer gallery
- Reversible sleeve featuring two choices of artwork
- FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film by Anton Bitel and interviews with the cast
- Reversible poster featuring two choices of artwork