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By |2004-12-23T09:00:00-05:00December 23rd, 2004|Uncategorized|

Dean Seagrave (David Sutcliffe), a successful graphic novelist with writer’s block, hasn’t been himself since his sexy Argentine lover Pablo (Antonio Sabato, Jr.) left their California beach house on a cigarette run and never returned.
Unable to work, sleep or even drag a razor across his face, Dean does what any self-respecting romantic would do in this situation: he blows off his deadline, throws some clothes in a bag and books a flight on Aerolineas, Argentinas. Destination: Closure.
Once in Buenos Aires, Dean tries to track down his beloved Pablo, but this proves more difficult than he anticipated. In addition to the language barrier, Dean gradually discovers that practically everyone he encounters – from Pablo’s domineering mother (Sonia Braga) to the beautiful cafŽ owner Sofia (Celina Font), all the way to a guy he picks up in a bookstore (Leonardo Brzezicki) – is not what they seem.
In ‘Testosterone’ the lines blur between art and life, resolution and revenge, man and maniac. In his search for love lost, Dean abandons all better judgment, puts a machete on his credit card and heads off to have one last talk with Pablo.
‘Testosterone’ is based on the novel by James Robert Baker and is directed and co-written by David Moreton (“Edge of Seventeen”). Also starring Jennifer Coolidge.

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