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Tigers Are Not Afraid draws on childhood trauma for a story that deftly blends magical fantasy and hard-hitting realism - and leaves a lingering impact.
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López's fable has already drawn comparisons to Pan's Labyrinth, but has a phantasmagoric energy and modern urgency all its own.
A scary yet sometimes fanciful story of a little girl...like a dirtied-up Guillermo del Toro flick.
Issa Lopez is an incredibly exciting filmmaker who, if there is any justice, will go onto have a career comparable to Guillermo del Toro.
The fantastic elements bring levity to the film's upsetting themes and plot developments, helping writer/director Issa Lopez and her young protagonists soar.
A bold piece of magical realism that takes an unflinching look at the horrors of Mexico's drug war
A carefully crafted, tragic tale of survival amid violent and horrific acts witnessed from the perspective of a child who is caught in the crossfire.
Not even children are spared in this gritty Mexican fantasy-thriller.
On the evidence of her first film, [director Issa Lopez] has a phenomenal career ahead of her, and it will be fascinating to see what she does next.
...the picture grows less and less interesting as it progresses...
The balance between the genre elements and gritty drama nets López her best film to date. She's created a wholly unique and deeply moving film that takes its cues from real life fears.
Tigers Are Not Afraid is a dark tale of lost childhood innocence with a backdrop of real-world issues.
An enchanting and empathetic debut; as heartwarming as it is heartbreaking.
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