A group of five friends around thirteen years old begin to understand that life is not simply about riding bicycles, playing soccer games, or, if they can, enjoying the summer.
Guido (Alan Ardel) works under his father’s orders and is sometimes rewarded with a beating.
Damian (Juan Pablo Bazzini) is an adopted child and, as such, suffers from an identity crisis that typically marks the teenage years.
Matias (Hernan Wainstein) is left outside his own house every night by his hateful parents.
Alejo (Emiliano Fernández) discovers that his mother has a lover and that women have desires and men have their failures.
Esteban (Juan Ignacio Perez Roca) is the goal-keeper of the football team and, as such, has the central role among his friends. Esteban draws his generosity from his family.
They begin to spend time outside a women's hairdressing salon.
The five boys yearn to grow older faster and dream about a place outside of their small town.
The picture was screened at various film festivals, including: the Toulouse Latin America Film Festival, France; the Cartagena Film Festival, Colombia; the Gramado Film Festival, Spain; the Huelva Latin American Film Festival, Spain; the Havana Film Festival, Cuba; and others.
Sneersnipe Film Review, in a column reported from the Gramado Film Festival in Spain wrote, "Unpretentious and refreshingly touching, Pablo José Meza's film, Buenos Aires 100 KM, tells the ordinary story of a group of 5 Argentine teenagers as they approach and apprehend the adult world and its brutal vanities for the first time.
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