The novella, "A Tiger in the Dark: Eyes of a Stranger" was inspired by the events of April 2012. Drew Glick began to write the book after he had been released from Queens Hospital following symptoms including severe chest pains, inability to breath, blurry vision and numbness. The attack was so severe that Drew was put on Xanax and Valium. The doctor insisted he not leave his house and rest for a minimum of a week. Drew spent nearly two weeks recovering while trying to eliminate all stress from his life. The book which recounts these moments details these events and speaks about the numerous emotional upheavals Drew had to face while trying to finish A Tiger in the Dark: Decadence, Pt. 1: Final Conflict. The book was never intended to be released to the public. Yet, after Drew had given the book to a close friend whom had read only the first ten pages the two agreed that the book was destined for Internet shelves. Drew said, "even if only one person reads the book [Eyes of a Stranger] I hope that he/she will find solace in the words and know that any problem regardless of how severe can be overcome as long as you clear your mind, follow your heart and always believe in yourself even when no one else does." See more »
Closing Credits: Mitchell Mack is credited twice in the film. Once as "The Wraith" and a second time as "A special thanks to Juno Watson". Juno Watson is a stage name that Mitchell never used but intended to when he first started in the stunt industry in 2009. See more »
This film is great! Every aspect of this film is very well thought out even the films title. To some people the title may seem weird or misunderstood. However, the ideology of the "Tiger" symbolizes the ferocity of someones drive and determination to succeed. A Tiger in the Dark is a very well made film. The story is different and unpredictable. I thought the editing was very good, the sound and music fit the film perfect, the acting was above average and the chemistry and believability was great! I especially like the small cast which kept the story confined. It was easy to follow with not to many characters which could potentially confuse matters and divert the audience to events irrelevant to the plot. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a good independent film.
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