I Think You Are Totally Wrong: A Quarrel
Loosely based on the book of the same name, writers David Shields and his collaborator and fellow-combatant, Caleb Powell, decide to put their friendship on the line by spending four days together in a cabin in the Cascades. The men barely make it down the driveway before an argument breaks out. On the drive to the cabin, things degenerate even further, as they variously debate the idea of life versus art.
On the first day of shooting, an actual fight breaks out over what and who can be talked about in the course of the film with the director getting dragged into the mix along the way. As the three men, and their respective egos, circle and jab at each other, you wait for someone to get punched in the face. The gladiatorial aspects of the film are only a beginning, as the weekend continues, something altogether more surprising happens genuine and real communication.
"More than a deconstruction of the buddy film, I Think Youre Totally Wrong assails the divisions between reality and fiction, documentary and life, with subversive glee." DOXA Documentary Film Festival
Northwest Film Forum (View)
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Seattle, WA 98122