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The Do-Deca-Pentathlon -- After decades of feuding, two forty-something brothers embark on a tournament of 25 assorted games to prove which is superior, and, in the process, they find a kind of joy in life that helps them save/solve their own personal problems.
The Do-Deca-Pentathlon -- A comedy centered on two brothers who revisit a competition they created when they were kids: a homemade version of the Olympics, complete with 25 different events.
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Writers (WGA):
Jay Duplass (written by) &
Mark Duplass (written by)
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Plot:
Two brothers compete in their own private 25-event Olympics. | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Mark Kelly ... Jeremy

Steve Zissis ... Mark

Jennifer Lafleur ... Stephanie

Julie Vorus ... Alice

Brendan Robinson ... Young Mark

Noël Wells ... Stripper
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ricky Dillard ... Laser Tag employee
Elton LeBlanc ... Poker Player
Alex Lipschultz ... Poker Player
John Melvin ... Race Announcer
Brett Patron ... Poker Player

Jordan Stidham ... Young Jeremy
Reid Williams ... Hunter
Jon Dainty ... Race Spectator (uncredited)

Martyn Hale ... Young Jeremy age 16 (uncredited)
Johanna Igel ... Kate (uncredited)

Brock Patrick Kaufman ... Young Jeremy age 10 (uncredited)

Laurie Lee ... Race Spectator (uncredited)

Codie Scott ... Poker Player (uncredited)
Terry Lee Smith ... Poker Player (uncredited)

Directed by
Jay Duplass 
Mark Duplass 
 
Writing credits
(WGA)
Jay Duplass (written by) &
Mark Duplass (written by)

Produced by
Jay Duplass .... producer
Mark Duplass .... producer
Stephanie Langhoff .... producer
J.M. Logan .... associate producer
Ross Partridge .... co-producer
Josh Polon .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
Julian Wass 
 
Cinematography by
Jas Shelton 
 
Film Editing by
Jay Deuby 
Nat Sanders 
 
Costume Design by
Ross Partridge 
Marguerite Phillips 
 
Makeup Department
Marguerite Phillips .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
J.M. Logan .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Ross Partridge .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Ross Partridge .... set designer
Marguerite Phillips .... set designer
 
Sound Department
John Chalfant .... sound supervisor & re-recording mixer
Elyse Lamonde .... foley editor
Alex Lipschultz .... sound mixer
Xander Lott .... sound effects editor
David Mann .... foley artist
David Mann .... foley editor
David Mann .... sound effects editor
Erin Oakley .... dialogue editor
Laura Smith .... sound assistant
John Soukup .... sound transfer (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Tod Campbell .... camera operator: "b" camera
Tom Clancey .... camera operator: "b" camera
Jay Duplass .... camera operator: "a" camera
Sasha Freedman .... camera operator: "c" camera
Ryan Steven Green .... camera operator: documentary segments
Sean Hackett .... camera assistant
Ross Partridge .... still photographer
Tom Clancey .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
 
Editorial Department
Philip Beckner .... digital intermediate editor (as Phil Beckner)
John Daro .... digital intermediate artist
Jon Fletcher .... associate editor
Paul Lavoie .... digital intermediate producer
Jeff Man .... editorial production assistant
Gus Comegys .... digital intermediate conform artist (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Marguerite Phillips .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Teddy Blanks .... title designer
Stephen Ledet .... key set production assistant (as Stephen 'Darkness' Ledet)
Ginny Zissis .... caterer
 
Thanks
Katie Aselton .... the producers wish to thank (as Katie Aselton Duplass)
Larry Blake .... the producers wish to thank
Eddie Boettner .... the producers wish to thank
Rebekah Sean Conroy .... the producers wish to thank
Warren Dern .... the producers wish to thank
Tristan Rappold Dupepe .... the producers wish to thank
Cindy Duplass .... the producers wish to thank
Jen Tracy Duplass .... the producers wish to thank
Larry Duplass .... the producers wish to thank
Lisa Fitzpatrick .... the producers wish to thank
Tave Fitzpatrick .... the producers wish to thank
Sean Hackett .... the producers wish to thank
Julie Keller .... the producers wish to thank
Boo Langhoff .... the producers wish to thank
Janice Langhoff .... the producers wish to thank
Muriel Langhoff .... the producers wish to thank
John Melvin .... the producers wish to thank
Chris Ohlson .... the producers wish to thank
Jeffrey Peterman .... the producers wish to thank
Cara Singleton .... the producers wish to thank
Elaine Stevens .... the producers wish to thank
Shelby Weiser .... the producers wish to thank
Joanne Wiles .... the producers wish to thank
Ginny Zissis .... the producers wish to thank
 

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0 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Sibling Rivalry to the Extreme, 7 January 2013
Author: gavin6942 from United States

Two brothers (Mark Kelly and Steve Zissis) compete in their own private 25-event Olympics.

What is the point of this film? I am not sure -- the struggle of two brothers, a special kind of love, the dissolution of a marriage (a theme explored in "Jeff Who Lives at Home")... which is the point? Are any of these the point?

I did not get a deeper meaning out of this film, so if there is one it passed me by and will have to wait for a second viewing. But I definitely appreciated the humor, and the competition, and the morality (or lack thereof) of it all. And I also appreciate that, unlike "Jeff", this film does not rely on big name actors and still gets the story out just as well. It may suffer some publicity, but those who watch it will not be let down.

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