The film is titled Tigers. Be what you were born to be.
Twelve minutes to tell the spirit, the drive, the emotions that have moved and still move these men, the Tigers. Take your seats, the film is about to begin.
The original idea was to create a contrast between the sea and the desert. The desert was perfect as a place where you crave something far away and unreachable. If you live by the sea it’s easier to love it, to become a sailor, to go out to sea and become a fisherman. But if you live far from it, and have a burning inner desire for something that you have never seen in your life. So the desert was the right place. It was a place where such a passion could be born.
Leonardo Guerra Seràgnoli, Director.
One of the strange things about this location is that you see the land and you see the house, but what the camera doesn’t show you is that there’s so much wind here. Wind, wind, wind. Wind is like a character in this film. It’s almost like the wind blows him to this place, it’s poetic.
Neal Huff, Actor.