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25 Watts

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama, Comedy
Release Date:January 1, 2001
Running time:92 minutes
Cast:Daniel Hendler, Jorge Temponi, Alfonso Tort, Valentín Rivero, Valeria Mendieta
Director:Juan Pablo Rebella, Pablo Stoll
Writer:Juan Pablo Rebella, Pablo Stoll

Description: Three teenage guys try to figure out what they're supposed to be doing with their lives in this drama from Uruguay that puts the emphasis on character over narrative. Javi has landed a job driving a sound truck that plays the same radio spot for pasta all day long, while his buddy Leche, who is supposed to be studying for his exams, instead finds himself having sexual fantasies about his tutor, and Seba is waylaid by a handful of small-time dope dealers when all he wants to do is go home and watch the porno movie he's just rented. 25 Watts' depiction of misfit teens helped it earn the Youth Jury Prize at the 2001 Rotterdam Film Festival.~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

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