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Buenos Aires 100 Km (2004)

Buenos Aires 100 kilómetros (original title)
An Argentine "Stand By Me", Buenos Aires KM 100 is a touching story about five friends growing from childhood into adolescence. The small quiet town they live in doesn't have much to offer and can't fulfill their curiosity.

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Juan Ignacio Perez Roca ...
Esteban
Emiliano Fernández ...
Alejo
Alan Ardel ...
Guido
Hernan Wainstein ...
Matias
Juan Pablo Bazzini ...
Damian
Sandra Ballesteros ...
Raquel
Fabián Gianola
Roly Serrano ...
Oscar (as Rolly Serrano)
Daniel Valenzuela ...
Horacio
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Doña Anita
Silvia Baylé
Noemí Frenkel ...
Nora
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Florencia Camiletti
Carlos Monti
Agustín Palermo
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An Argentine "Stand By Me", Buenos Aires KM 100 is a touching story about five friends growing from childhood into adolescence. The small quiet town they live in doesn't have much to offer and can't fulfill their curiosity.

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10 February 2005 (Argentina)  »

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Good characters, very poor story.
12 March 2005 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

There are a lot of movies about the beginning of adolescence. Probably, the most famous is Rob Reiner's "Stand By Me". "Buenos Aires 100 Km." is not a bad movie: the main problem is that the plot is too scarce. The characters are well-build: you can feel identify with them and you can return to that age. But that's it. The movie is only a look to five kids becoming teenagers. We don't have surprises, we don't have very deep moral... That's the big difference between this and Rob Reiner's film, or the Italian "Io non ho paura". The photography and edition is fine, the sound is a bite fair. The performances are quite good, specially the one of Juan Ignacio Perez Roca. The aesthetic that the director Pablo José Meza used is the appropriate to generate that village climate (calmness, empty, loneliness, distant). My conclusion: If you want to remember that time of your life, it is a possible choice (specially for Argentinian people). If you want an adventure with boys becoming adolescences, you are in the wrong way.


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