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Davey has never felt so alone in her life. Her father is dead -- shot in a holdup at his store -- and now her mother is taking 17 year old Davey and her little brother to New Mexico to stay with relatives while she tries to recover. Climbing in the Los Alamos canyon, Davey meets the mysterious Wolf, the only person who seems to understand the rage and fear Davey feels. Slowly, with Wolf's help, Davey realizes that she must get on with her life. A complicated story of deep human drama. Based on the classic novel,"Tiger Eyes," by Judy Blume.Written by
Tatanka Means, who plays Martin Ortiz (Wolf), is the son of Russell Means, the actor and American Indian Movement activist who plays Martin's father, Willie Ortiz. Russell Means died of esophageal cancer in 2012, after filming on this movie was completed but before the finished film was released. His character in Tiger Eyes also has cancer. See more »
I wonder what it's like to be dead? I hope it's peaceful - like you're floating. I hope you don't keep thinking about how you died. Or why. Or how it makes no sense. The thing about it is, it's all so final.
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End Credits: "No lizards were harmed during the production of this motion picture." See more »
I asked my wife for her opinion before watching this movie. She told me that as a teenager she used to read all the Judy Blume books, and that it's probably more a movie for a younger audience. I gave it a shot anyway, and to be honest I regret it. It's a boring movie, and yes it's clearly something a younger audience will like more than the average movie watcher. I already had my suspicions when I heard that irritating slow piano music between scenes, it's a typical thing for bad movies. It's almost a signature for lame movies. I won't say the acting was bad, just average, but the story is one of those where you will fight to stay awake. Not for me.
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