Wild Tigers I Have Known

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/10/2007
  • UPC: 796019802536
  • Source: Wellspring Media
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:21:00
  • Format: DVD

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Wild Tigers I Have Known
1. The Prey [6:26]
2. Come to the Dance [5:06]
3. Demonstration [6:14]
4. Won't Do It Again [6:16]
5. You're in Trouble [6:36]
6. Do You Like School? [7:28]
7. Watch Me [6:47]
8. It This Rodeo? [8:01]
9. What's Goin' On? [7:24]
10. The Caves [8:31]
11. Lion on Campus [7:41]
12. End Credits [4:34]
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Disc #1 -- Wild Tigers I Have Known
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      Music Video
      Original Theatrical Trailer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Coming-of-age Film Overwhelmed by Special Effects

    Wild Tigers I Have Known blurs the line between indie film and experimental art. With the aid of cinematographer Aaron Platt, Cam Archer fills his debut with dreamy visuals. The story concerns 13-year-old Logan &quot the full-lipped Malcolm Stumpf&quot , who lives with his frazzled single mother &quot Fairuza Balk&quot and harbors a crush on 14-year-old Rodeo &quot Patrick White&quot . Through a chance meeting, Logan gets to know the object of his lust, and abandons nerdy best friend Joey &quot the bowl cut-sporting Max Paradise&quot . Rodeo prefers women, so Logan invents a female persona named Leah, who exists only on the phone, to initiate a virtual relationship &quot Ruth Elliot voices his alter ego&quot . Meanwhile, mountain lions roam the woods, encroaching on human habitation. This concerns Logan, who identifies with the confused cats. Plus, the school mascot is the tiger--and that's as far as the filmmaker takes his title metaphor. Archer got his start by making shorts with Platt, and Wild Tigers often feels like a short writ large. Filters, dissolves, and ambient sound design contribute to Logan's sense of disorientation. At its most self-indulgent, the film comes dangerously close to the superficial aesthetics of a music video or fragrance ad. This film represents a distinct alternative to 'traditional' comedies about gay first love, where the hero has a spunky gal pal with a sideline in snappy retorts.

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