Kiki and Tiger, is a powerful, poignant story of friendship and unrequited homosexual love. The tension derived from the cultural and racial differences, helps this tale move forward wonderfully. Some people wished the director had painted for them a very simplistic, easy to read paint by numbers feature. Asking for the director to offer more Background on the Albanian-Serbian conflict. Sometimes, the reason behind it is cultural, other times the director is trying to entice you to learn more on your own, by, GASP.... Reading!!! Demanding a director offer you more of a history lesson on the real life conflict is silly, I never went to Russian Ark hoping for cliff notes on Russian social and art history, i just embraced what the director put on screen. Kiki and Tiger (while nowhere near the technical achievement Russian Ark is) Deserves the same respect and time.
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