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Cudos to Archer, Stumpf, cast and crew! I saw this movie at Sundance '06, and it was a very strong experience. After leaving the theater, the film stayed in my head for days in a method that most of the another movies I saw at the festival didn't. This is a very beautiful, sensitive and clever movie that fills a gap desperately in need of filling. From the opening shot until the end, this movie has true style - style adeptly tempered to serve the film's meaning. The nice audiotrack and moody cinematography juxtapose marvelously together into that haunting feeling that everyone can relate to - that poor obsession that dominates everyone's youth experience: the Crush. But what made this movie so memorable is the method in which that crush is conveyed. The movie succeeds to frankly and respectfully navigate the topics of teen sexuality without ever feeling obscene. The film comes off not so much "sexy" as it is simply beautiful, intimate and scary. The director lets every stage unfold slowly; the shots are methodical, precise and poignant; the movie is lovely with an undercurrent of dread. Logan (played by the eminently watchable Malcolm Stumpf) to his credit never seems to be acting, but rather the basic characters are allowed to simply exist naturally on screen, allowing the story, cinematography and soundtrack convey the message. There are no monologues, no exaggerated displays of emotion or angst - except for one positively soaring performance by Fairuza Balk testing Logan's self-absorbed mother. There is teen drama without melodrama. Logan's just a normal tiny quiet man thrust into adolescence, outcast, uncool and powerless, searching for a private identity that will enable him to satisfy the feelings he cannot admit to having.The heartbreak and trauma we all experience during our awkward youth stays with us and defines our lives forever. Being a gay adolescent is even more confusing. There are no role models to look up to. No compass to guide. No gay professional athletes in sports, no gay marquee actors on the silver screen, no gay politicians, no gay teachers. The majority of "queer cinema" yields only stereotypes and caricatures. The violence this lack of role models imposes upon the self photo of gay teens is an abominable disgrace that future enlightened generations will look back upon in shame. This is the conflict that Logan gotta endure. And this is perhaps what writer-director Cam Archer is looking to rectify. In a globe fixated on the fetish of youth, the young are exploited and sold empty style by a media machine that doesn't care about substance. Perhaps one day when films like this unbelievable movie are shown in the multiplexes of mid-America as the normal faire de jour (and that day will most likely never come), movie historians will look back to Wild Tigers as a seminal piece that had the courage to openly, realistically and artfully look at love as it is. Until that day, I will proudly display my ticket stub on my wall next to my autographed poster (thanks guys) and proclaim, "I was there when it all happened. I saw a movie that had the guts to matter."
I really don't understand some of the reviews here when it comes to this film. It's not so much that folks dislike Wild Tigers I Have Known, it's how some have justified it.I've seen the comparison to Mysterious Skin, and should only think 'God, why on Earth...?', because the films are nothing alike. Mysterious Skin is quite straightforward in the method it delivers its storyline - the saying itself is cute conventional.Wild Tigers is not within a country mile of resembling mainstream movie. It does not hand you a great and clear plot, it doesn't create everything simple to understand or have a definitive respond to the questions it might create you ask, it doesn't have an obvious meaning to each shot. Some folks have described it as glacial and it is slow to be sure, but to me that's like looking at a painting by Caravaggio and complaining that it doesn't move: being impatient with a movie such as this is pointless.Certain movies you don't watch so much as tune into; I think of Wild Tigers as being like mood melody ... you can drift along with it if you select and see where it will take you, but if you demand things of it, then you've already missed its purpose.On top of that, I didn't think the plot was either obscure or confusing. Sure, there were elements where I was unsure of the meaning - that's the items for me to think about - but the gist of a man drifting through the currents of confusion that surround the awakening of a various sexuality was quietly simple.Random shots of the object of his infatuation looking into the camera, or the lead wandering through undergrowth may seem surreal, but they build into a mosaic of the thoughts and daydreams that add to the hero development that some folks don't seem to have seen/understood.And amidst the more hard and questioning parts of the film, you have the moments of startling clarity and simplicity, pretty moments, such as a stage where the protagonist reveals some of his inner self to his mate that he had been keeping at arm's length. It's not a loud moment, it's not an overly dramatic moment - and it sparkles for it.I wouldn't tell I loved this movie. I'm not entirely sure it's a kind of film that I should love, and thus I feel that 7 is the highest rating I can give it. What I can tell though is that it captivated me, it made me think, and will doubtlessly stay with me for a long time to come.Wild Tigers I Have Known is a challenging film, and whilst it may not include the type of defined storyline that many viewers may expect, for those that take the time to view it as an experience and as something to think about, it can be very rewarding indeed.
Ebert told something a while back that caught me..."If you understand why the fresh 'Texas Chainsaw' was bad, but 'Kill Bill' was good; why 'Cat in the Hat' was bad, but 'Bad Santa' was good... Then you have freed yourself from the belief that topics matters. You instinctively understand that a movie is not about WHAT it is about, but HOW it is about it." That said, it's not that gay teens haven't been done. They now seem to be the recent trend. It's not even that there's much of a shock value to the movie (a man in lipstick? see 'L.I.E.' or 'The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things'). And I've seen this compared to 'Mysterious Skin' as well, a likening I wholeheartedly reject. Skin left me nauseous (I thought it was brilliant, but quite hard to see). Tigers left me somewhat dumbstruck.The whole movie plays out like a haunting melody video. Weak rumbling, chimes, bells fill in the silence so there really isn't any. Every song seems it's own plot revelation, and if I see it again, I'm sure I'll search they are. In between the intentionally 'tape playback' narration, which reminded me in style of 'Gummo', and the melody scenes, there are vignettes, almost, of moments in Logan's life.I think this movie says it's story, not so much through dialogue and plot (though I don't discredit the storyline at all), but rather in tone. Sitting alone on my couch in the dark with the melody and eerie noise and occasionally psychedelic visuals... I got lost for while. It's like a guided tour through how Logan FEELS, instead of what he does.A must-see. (MAR '07 - See it in theaters or rent from Digital Cable's On Demand)
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