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Testosterone

Overview

Plagued by memories of his mysteriously departed boyfriend, a man travels all the way to Argentina for some closure in this comedic thriller. TV's David Sutcliffe plays Dean, a comic book artist living in relative comfort in Los Angeles, until an accidental fire destroys his domicile. With no place to live and an egregious case of writer's block, Dean decides to flee the States for South America, where his former lover Pablo Antonio Sabato Jr. has retreated without an explanation. Tracking down Pablo's ...
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Overview

Plagued by memories of his mysteriously departed boyfriend, a man travels all the way to Argentina for some closure in this comedic thriller. TV's David Sutcliffe plays Dean, a comic book artist living in relative comfort in Los Angeles, until an accidental fire destroys his domicile. With no place to live and an egregious case of writer's block, Dean decides to flee the States for South America, where his former lover Pablo Antonio Sabato Jr. has retreated without an explanation. Tracking down Pablo's aristocratic mother Sonia Braga only brings the attention of the police; Dean has better luck with Pablo's enigmatic neighbor Sofia Celina Font and her loose-cannon brother, although even they aren't what they seem. Testosterone co-stars Jennifer Coolidge as Dean's brassy editor.
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Special Features

Raging hormones featurette: The Making of Testosterone; Deleted scenes including: Bath House sequence Antonio Sabato Jr's strip tease; Alternate ending; Original theatrical trailer
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/15/2005
  • UPC: 712267241026
  • Original Release: 2003
  • Rating:

  • Source: Strand Home Video
  • Time: 1:45:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 56,294

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sonia Braga
Jennifer Coolidge Louise
Celina Font Sofia
Antonio Sabato Jr. Pablo
David Sutcliffe Dean Seagrave
Technical Credits
David Moreton Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Marco D'Ambrosio Score Composer
Jorge Ferrari Production Designer
Andrea Gard Sound/Sound Designer
Dennis Hensley Screenwriter
Ken Kelsch Cinematographer
Kathryn Riccio Producer
Roger Schulte Editor
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Opening Sequence [4:34]
2. Missing Boyfriend [9:26]
3. Buenos Aires [7:13]
4. Running Into Problems [8:12]
5. Another Lover [9:23]
6. Brother and Sister [11:05]
7. The Snake [6:59]
8. Getting Complicated [11:41]
9. Waking Up [6:21]
10. Wedding Day [13:21]
11. Best Work Ever [9:11]
12. End Credits [3:30]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Feature
   Scene Selection
   Bonus Content
      Deleted Scenes
         Night Out at the Bath House
         Gay Tourists in Cemetary
         Head in Ice Chest/Alternate Ending
      Original Theatrical Trailer
      Raging Hormones: Behind the Scenes of Testosterone
   Other Strand Titles
      Swoon
      Proteus
      The Iron Ladies II
      Twist
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