|Directed by||Martín Rejtman|
|Produced by||Martín Rejtman|
|Written by||Martín Rejtman|
|Music by||Grupo Suárez|
Paul M. van Brugge
|Cinematography||José Luis García|
|Edited by||Garry Lane|
The film tells the story of a teenager whose motorcycle, money and sneakers are stolen. He wants to steal another motorcycle before the end of the night.
The director/producer Martín Rejtman used a minimalist style in making this film. He said, "When I made Rapado, I felt that Argentinean cinema had too much dialogue, and bad dialogue at that. I hate adornments, I hate artifice, I hate anything that's unnecessary, because there really is nothing beyond the screen."
Pablo Suárez, a film critic for the Buenos Aires Herald and a member of FIPRESCI Argentina said, "[Rapado, his] first feature demonstrated that another type of cinema was possible in Argentina, one capable of pushing boundaries. Rapado was an absolute oasis in a land plagued by films with agonizing narratives, with neither depth nor genuine inspiration, and yet still subsidized by a State in favor of the status quo."
- Argentine Film Critics Association Awards: Silver Condor; Best First Film, Martín Rejtman; 1997.
- Locarno International Film Festival: Golden Leopard; Martín Rejtman; 1992.