A wild hybrid of art and experimental filmmaking techniques, TAKING TIGER MOUNTAIN began production in 1974, under the direction of Kent Smith using short ends left over from LENNY. After languishing in an unfinished form, the film was resurrected and completed by Tom Huckabee and eventually released in 1983; immediately making it an underground legend.
Adapted in part from William S. Burroughs' classic short story 'Bladerunner,’ TAKING TIGER MOUNTAIN transcends genres and engulfs the viewer in a high contrast fever dream of science fiction based surrealism. Never officially released on home video and long viewable only from poor quality bootlegs, Vinegar Syndrome proudly presents the world home video premiere of TAKING TIGER MOUNTAIN, newly restored in 4k from its original 35mm black and white Techniscope negative.
Region Free Blu-ray/DVD combo
Newly scanned & restored in 4k from its 35mm Techniscope negative
Presenting both the original theatrical version and the 2019 ‘Revisited’ version
Director introductions for both versions
“Taking Over Tiger Mountain” - an interview focused on the original version with director Tom Huckabee
“Revisiting Tiger Mountain” - an interview focused on the revisited version with director Tom Huckabee
“Interviews with Welshmen” - a short film by Kent Smith
Booklet with essay by Heather Drain
Reversible cover artwork
English SDH subtitles
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