The Ultimate Duplass Collection

The Ultimate Duplass Collection

Masters of indie filmmaking Jay and Mark Duplass partner with a host of stars across genres: Taylor Schilling in a simulated abduction gone wrong, Taissa Farmiga in a touching story of young love at a crossroads, Sarah Paulson in a romantic reunion with a former flame, and Melanie Lynskey in a quirky family comedy.
Masters of indie filmmaking Jay and Mark Duplass partner with a host of stars across genres: Taylor Schilling in a simulated abduction gone wrong, Taissa Farmiga in a touching story of young love at a crossroads, Sarah Paulson in a romantic reunion with a former flame, and Melanie Lynskey in a quirky family comedy.

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  • 6 Years

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    A young couple in their early 20s, Dan and Melanie, have known each other since childhood. Now their 6-year romantic relationship is put to the test when Dan receives an attractive job offer from the record label with whom he interns, and he must choose between a move forward and a future with Mel. Growth and temptation happen, but will their relationship remain part of their future?
  • Blue Jay

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    Two high school sweethearts run into each other in a grocery store parking lot after 20 years. Amanda is married with two kids, and Jim is in town to take care of his recently deceased mother's estate. What begins as just a cup of coffee turns into a day of rediscovering the town they grew up in and sharing stories. As the day progresses, they stop feeling like strangers and rediscover the old familiar feeling they had when they were each other's everything - as well as a big secret from their past.
  • Rainbow Time

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    Todd grew up under the strange shadow of his older mentally challenged brother Shonzi. As kids, Shonzi forced Todd to make action movies. As adults he pressures him to share love life details, even showing Shonzi a sex tape he made with an old girlfriend to help him cope when family tragedy hits. When their dad suffers a heart attack, Shonzi (now 40, and still a virgin) moves in with Todd and his new girlfriend Lindsay. Shonzi wants desperately to be included in their relationship like old times. When Shonzi's begging become threats to reveal secrets from their past, Todd must find the courage to be honest with Lindsay, even if it means the end of their relationship.
  • Take Me

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    Ray (Pat Healy) is in the boutique simulated abduction business. An understandably threadbare market, he jumps at the chance when a mysterious caller (Taylor Schilling) contracts him for a weekend kidnapping with a handsome payday at the end. But the job isn't all that it seems. A black comedy that threads the needle between crime thriller and slapstick farce, Take Me is as twisty as it is funny.