Mark and Jay Duplass have been making movies together for almost their whole lives. More mainstream viewers may know Mark from The League but you film nerds know that these brother's are machines, turning out films that are funny, smart, devastating and unique. They have no intention of ever slowing down.
I talked with Mark and Jay about their latest triumph The Do-Deca-Pentathlon, Jeff, Who Lives At Home, and future projects. It was truly a pleasure to talk to them, as you wil tell, because we all nerd out pretty hard over movies (isn't that what FilmOlogy is all about?)
First of all, I really loved the film Do-Deca. I thought it was just really, really fresh and exactly what we’ve come to expect from a Duplass brothers movie. When did you come up with the concept for this movie?
Jay Duplass: We actually grew up down the »
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