As an unashamed cinephile it’s good to know that even during a global pandemic interesting movies are still coming out. Of course, movie postponements pale in comparison to the true suffering going on due to the COVID-19 virus. But new movies offer a nice diversion and can even spread a little joy. Who couldn’t use that right now?
“Tigertail” is the feature film directorial debut for Alan Yang and the new trailer is worth a look. It shows a young Taiwanese man who seems to leave the love of his life behind to go to America and start a new life. That decision leaves him with a life full of regret and second-guessing. It took me a couple of watches to understand where the story may be going and now I’m really excited to check it out.
“Tigertail” launches on Netflix April 10th. Check out the trailer below and let me know if you’ll be seeing it r taking a pass.
Yes I’ll be doing this one. I think I get what its about from the trailer, and the cinematography looks good.
Good to hear. I’m onboard too. And you’re right, it has a really good look to it. And on Netflix!!!
Haven’t checked to see if its on UK Netflix yet, but fingers xt!
OK, that looks really good. I hope to check it out soon.
Same here. With theaters temporarily shut down Netflix’s value has quickly come back into focus.
I like your new avatar. 🙂 Yes, I’m looking forward to watching it. Stay safe, Keith!
Thank you Cindy! A friend surprised me with the logo out of the blue. I’m glad you like it!
This should be as Alan Yang (for someone ridiculously young) has amazing TV comedy credits on The Good Place and Parks and Recreation, to name a few.
It’s always fun to see someone taking their first shot at directing a feature film. The trailer shows a ton of promise.
On my watchlist for sure! Love how Netflix is offering wide distribution for films that we may otherwise never get to see outside of indie film festivals. 🙂
I do too. It’s another plus for them (and us).