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Taking Tiger Mountain (1983) Tom Huckabee & Kent Smith

Taking Tiger Mountain (1983)
Genre: Sci-Fi
Country: UK | USA | Director: Tom Huckabee & Kent Smith
Language: English | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Cinemascope 2.35:1 | Length: 82mn
Bdrip H264 Mkv - 1280x720 - 23.976fps - 1.57gb
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0086409/

Extra: Interview with Director Tom Huckabee (28mn - 255mb)

Militant feminist scientists brainwash research subject to assassinate the Welsh Minister of Prostitution. Meanwhile World War III is being fought and the USA has been invaded.

Taking Tiger Mountain is an experimental and befuddling post-apocalyptic drama set in the Welsh valleys. Starring a young Bill Paxton as a gender-realigned and brainwashed draft-dodger trained to assassinate an important target, what initially started out as an abstract thriller quickly morphed into a fevered and psychosexual nightmare.
 Taking Tiger Mountain (1983) 

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8 Response to "Taking Tiger Mountain (1983) Tom Huckabee & Kent Smith"

  1. Being a huge Eno fan and an avid research buff on the Chinese Cultural Revolution, I'm trying to figure out how this slipped past my radar. Obviously, a strategy was utilized I wasn't counting on... thank you, Duckmeister.

    Dante D says:

    This film is incredible, and a must for any fan of William Burroughs.

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    Yes, all the more reason to watch! Sci-Fi, surrealism, social and political satire... if we only had a commentary track for dessert to complete this 'Beggar's Banquet'! But we can't be choosers. As Steely Dan once so aptly reminded us, you 'Can't Buy A Thrill'. Oh well, I'm more than satisfied with this Soft Machine. I would be interested in how Bill Paxton became involved, though. What an underrated actor he was!

    NLZ says:

    No com available but I added an Interview with Tom Huckabee.

    Excellent! Many thanks, Maestro. Dante D has me searching for my blu-ray of Cronenberg's 'Naked Lunch', after all this appetizing banter.

    Dante D says:

    Likewise I had to 'Look Past My Borders' when I first encountered this film. I had until then presumed that Eno's title was just something spacey to say, like 'Energy Fools The Magician' (which should be a Strategy card too, no doubt). But if there's a card for this film, it must read Towers/Open/FIRE! It's hard to imagine the Welsh townsfolk participating in anything like this!

    Dante D says:

    Lots of extras in the DVD/BluRay combo; I decided I had to buy it afterall. No fully-stocked shelf of cinematic samizdat is complete without it.

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