Tigrero - A Film That Was Never Made (DVD)
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In 1993, Sam Fuller takes Jim Jarmusch on a trip into Brazil's Mato Grosso, up the River Araguaia to the village of Santa Isabel Do Morro, where 40 years before, Zanuck had sent Fuller to scout a location and write a script for a movie based on a tigrero, a jaguar hunter. Sam hopes to find people who remember him, and he takes film he shot in 1954. He's Rip Van Winkle, and, indeed, a great deal changed in the village. There are televisions, watches, and brick houses. But, the same Karajá culture awaits as well. He gathers the villagers to show his old film footage, and people recognize friends and relatives, thanking Fuller for momentarily bringing them back to life.
- Audio commentary by Jim Jarmusch and director Mika Kaurismaki
- Samuel Fuller's 1954 16mm CinemaScope footage (2.35:1) Enhanced for 16x9
- Deleted scenes and behind the scenes footage
- Excerpts from Fuller's unproduced screenplay for Tigrero!
- Gallery of photographs taken by Jim Jarmusch on location
|Antall disker||1||Spilletid||1 timer 15 minutter|
|Lydformater||Stereo 2.0 (Finsk)||Bildeformater||Widescreen 16:9 Anamorphic|
|Regissør||Mika Kaurismäki||Skuespillere||Jim Jarmusch, Samuel Fuller|