Duck Season

What starts off as a boring Sunday becomes a life-altering experience for an unlikely quartet of people in this affecting serio-comedy from Mexico. When a pair of 14-year-old best friends are joined by a quirky neighbour who needs to use their oven and a pizza delivery guy who arrives later than promised, unexpected truths about loneliness, friendship and love are revealed to all four. This engaging slice-of-life cleaned up at the Mexican Film Awards, the Ariels.

Year: 2004
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Latin America Cinema, High Times
Country: Mexico
Director: Fernando Eimbcke
Starring: Diego Catano, Daniel Miranda, Enrique Arreola, Danny Perea
Duration: 84 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Contains violence, offensive language and drug use.
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Foreign (Latin America)
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