"Wild Tigers I Have Known" portrays themes of loneliness, alienation, and sexual identity. Unfortunately the film has such an inflated sense of self-important pretension that it's hard to appreciate the psychological aspects. "
“"Wild Tigers I Have Known," Cam Archer's visually striking but somewhat self-indulgent debut, is an abstract and meandering portrayal of teen angst and burgeoning sexuality. It's youthful protagonist, Logan (Malcolm Stumpft,)seems perpetually caught between a daydream and and the harsh, uncaring real world.
Sounds kind of like Guillermo Del Toro's "Pan's Labyrinth." Except that movie actually had substance. Oh well. This movie at least looks pretty, and art-chic-happy film students might find more to love in this film than I did.
13-year-old Logan is lonesome soul, given to walks on the beach and recording himself going on a abstract tangents. He also is in the midst of discovering his sexuality (gay as a maypole,) while harboring a crush on Rodeo Walker, the most popul” read more
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