Testosterone (film)

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For Greek film, see Testosterone (2004 film).
Directed by David Moreton
Produced by David Moreton
Written by Dennis Hensley
James Robert Baker (novel)
Starring David Sutcliffe
Antonio Sabato, Jr.
Jennifer Coolidge
Music by Marco D'Ambrosio
Cinematography Ken Kelsch
Edited by Mallory Gottlieb
Roger Schulte
Release dates
  • March 8, 2003 (2003-03-08) (U.S.)
Running time
105 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Testosterone (2003) is a film adaption from James Robert Baker's novel Testosterone. The film is directed by David Moreton and stars David Sutcliffe, Antonio Sabato, Jr., and Jennifer Coolidge.

Plot summary[edit]

Dean Seagrave (David Sutcliffe) is a thirty-something graphic novelist living in L.A., and though he's found personal happiness with his hot, Argentinian boyfriend, Pablo (Antonio Sabato, Jr.), he can't surmount his writer's block slump following his successful debut graphic novel, Teenage Speed Freak. His life begins to unravel when his editor, Luise (Coolidge), gives him an ultimatum, and Pablo, the sexy boyfriend, goes out for cigarettes one night and never comes back. Lonely, depressed, and at the end of his rope, Seagrave flies to Argentina in search of closure, but the characters he discovers there – Pablo's secretive and controlling Mother (Sônia Braga), Pablo's ex-lover Marcos (Leonardo Brzezicki), and Marcos' enigmatic sister Sofia (Celina Font) – conspire to prevent him from reaching Pablo.

Filming location[edit]

Although the setting for the story of Testosterone starts in Los Angeles, California and then moves to Buenos Aires, Argentina, the Los Angeles scenes were filmed in Buenos Aires.[1]


  1. ^ Testosterone DVD bonus material.

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