- SKU: 13728442
- Release Date: 05/18/2004
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- A new Digital widescreen transfer (1.78:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs
- Audio commentary by filmmaker Jim Jarmusch and director Mika Kaurismäki
- Samuel Fuller's original 16mm cinemascope footage from 1954
- 20 minutes of outtakes and interview footage featuring Samuel Fuller and Jim Jarmusch
- A gallery of photos from Jim Jarmusch's personal collection
- Excerpts from Samuel Fuller's unproduced screenplay of Tigrero!
The unique film set within a Karaja village in Brazil's Mato Grosso, Jim Jarmusch listens while Sam Fuller describes the 1950's "Tigrero" movie that he was unable to make. It also profiles the Karaja people. The non-film "Tigrero" had a fascinating history. The name was purchased off a novel by 20th Century Fox by Darryl F. Zanuck. Screen writer Fuller was sent to Brazil to come up with the story. There between two jungle rivers, he meets the Karajas who allow him to film their ceremonies and their village. Upon returning, he wrote a blockbuster film which would have starred John Wayne, Tyrone Power, and Ava Gardner. Because it was to be filmed in the dangerous jungle, Fox nixed the project. A lot of this movie focuses on Jarmusch interacting with the natives. The two also discuss Fuller's career and religion. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Samuel Fuller - Himself
- Jim Jarmusch - Himself