In front of a camera, everybody seems to adore Mark Duplass. He's great as Pete upon FX' The League (the funniest uncover now upon TV), as well as we've listened zero yet great things about him in Safety Not Guaranteed. Behind a camera is a opposite story, though. Mark is a single half of a Duplass brothers directing twin (the alternative being Jay), as well as it's not astray to contend which their drive-in theatre aren't regularly for everyone. Their some-more indie offerings, similar to Scrapple, Baghead as well as The Puffy Chair competence come off as a small as well direct for a little people's tastes, whilst their some-more mainstream offerings similar to Cyrus as well as Jeff, Who Lives during Home have found most wider acclaim.
Their ultimate film, The Do-Deca-Pentathlon, looks similar to it's a overpass in between a Duplass' indie as well as mainstream sensibilities. Visually, a movie positively looks similar to a ton of no bill drive-in theatre out there. Conceptually, though, a book about dual brothers who recreate, as adults, a silly homemade Olympics they recognised of as children, is something we can simply suppose carrying been created for a likes of John C. Reilly as well as Will Ferrell.
Just see for yourself.
The Do-Deca-Pentathalon hits theaters Jul 6th, 2012.