Surrounded by his family and friends Leo celebrates his 30th birthday by toasting the future. But when the party ends and Leo and his girlfriend walk home something happens that will change their lives forever...
Director Torbjörn Axelman and singer Lee Hazlewood philosophize about their lives. In their vicinity are the psychics Fedra, mysteriously talking about tigers, the forces of evil that constantly threaten.
I really like Lee Hazlewood but this is sub par on the cinematic side. This isn't a movie at all but a collection of music videos. But even this is executed poorly. It look exactly what it has been: a cheap TV production. The camera work isn't impressive, it looks more like a gifted amateur filming people in neat landscapes. Too much zooming and close-ups of flowers. The song "Pray Them Bars Away" is illustrated with scenes from a zoo -- I mean: come on! For a Lee Hazlewood fan this might be interesting, the music is quiet good. A nice DVD (no extras, no subtitles) is part of the Lee- Hazlewood-Industries-set from "Light in the Attic".
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