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Keeping Up with the Downs (2010)

Three brothers are forced to coexist, after years of separation, amidst the harsh realities of life in Los Angeles.

Director:

Andrew Spieler

Writers:

Brian Atkinson (creator) (as Brian Allen), Patrick Curran (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Brian Atkinson ... Seamus Downs (as Brian Allen)
Patrick Curran ... Tommy Downs
Stephen J. Lattanzi Stephen J. Lattanzi ... Frankie Downs
Kelsey Collins Keener ... Madison (as Kelsey Collins)
Sonia Rockwell ... Bree Armstrong
Sarah J. Cornelius ... Jen (as Sarah Jaye)
Darren Crane Darren Crane ... Spits
James Michael Tyler ... Chase
Ethan Keogh Ethan Keogh ... Mark
Sarah Hubbard Sarah Hubbard ... Jackie
Cedric Sanders ... Scott
Stephanie Feury ... Holly
Jonathan Morgan Heit ... Tyler
Anne Gee Byrd ... Mary
Jennifer Keane ... Girl At Bar (as Jenny Kelly)
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Three brothers are forced to coexist, after years of separation, amidst the harsh realities of life in Los Angeles.

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They say you gotta lose a couple fights to win.

Genres:

Short | Comedy

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Trivia

Won the 'Best Webseries' category at the New Media Film Festival in San Francisco (Nov. 2010). See more »

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Drag On the Weekend
Written by Ed Mattiuzzi
Performed by Lowlight
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a perfectly complex comedy about brotherhood
7 November 2010 | by clyddySee all my reviews

a comedic story of brothers whose relationships are perfectly complex and quite entertaining....in other words....it's hysterical. I give this a perfect 10. The story line and character development are impressive which leaves the viewers wanting to know more...it's hard to have to wait for the next episode. Many of the situations in the show have left me laughing about my own sibling relations. The characters are easy to connect to, funny, and propel a sense of comedic relief when dealing with tough, everyday situations. If you can't laugh at your own stuff, this series will teach you to; especially if you have family issues that seem unimaginable. Within minutes of the first episode, you will learn to laugh at the things in life that seem to get you down. Brotherhood has a whole new meaning thanks to these guys! Nice job. Cheers!


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 July 2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$2,000 (estimated)
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Runtime:

(original)

Color:

Color
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