From left: Steve Zissis, Mark Kelly, Mark Duplass, Jay Duplass. (Photos by Duplass Brothers Productions | Getty Images)
The Bottom LineShould you see it?Yes. Why?It's much more than its simple concept with themes of brotherhood and psychology only enhancing the funny elements of the script.Shot in 2008, the Duplass brothers' Do-Deca-Pentathalon seems like a passion project borne out of an infantile idea sprung from the minds of two brothers. Because of this, it's a movie aspiring filmmakers...Read Full Story
With their 2005 feature debut, The Puffy Chair, Jay and Mark Duplass quickly gained notice for their loose, improvised dialogue. Followed by the talky semi-horror film Baghead, they became known as one of the main practioners of the "mumblecore" movement: small movies that focused on the halting, diffident conversations of people unsure of what exactly they want to say. Don't Miss Zimbio Interview: John C. Reilly Watch the Trailer for Cyrus See Pictures from the Premiere of Cyrus This...Read Full Story
Jay Duplass (born March 7, 1973) is an American film director. He, along with brother Mark Duplass, has directed the films "The Puffy Chair," "Baghead," and "Cyrus." Find more Jay Duplass news, pictures, and information here.