Tigers Are Not Afraid
  • Directors(s)

    Issa Lopez

  • Production Year

    2017

  • Genre(s)

    Horror

  • Approx. running minutes

    84m

  • Cast

    Paola Lara, Juan Ramón López, Nery Arredondo

Film

Tigers Are Not Afraid

strong horror, threat, violence, language

TIGERS ARE NOT AFRAID is a horror in which five children must navigate their young lives in the violent streets controlled by the cartels.

  • Directors(s)

    Issa Lopez

  • Production Year

    2017

  • Genre(s)

    Horror

  • Approx. running minutes

    84m

  • Cast

    Paola Lara, Juan Ramón López, Nery Arredondo

threat and horror

There are sequences containing strong horror in which a young girl experiences vivid hallucinations, such as the bloodied body of her murdered mother contorting in a bin bag. There are also jump scares, including sequences in which hands grab hold of a young girl. The girl also hears the whispers of her dead mother. There are also scenes of strong real-world threat, in which children are hunted and chased by violent members of drug cartels. There is also a sequence in which a classroom of children shields themselves from gunfire.

violence

There are scenes of strong violence in which people are shot, sometimes in the head, with clear bloody impacts. In one scene, a child is shot with strong bloody aftermath, but the impact is not show on-screen. Another sequence includes brief clips from a video in which a woman is beaten while her hands are tied above her head, before she is shot to death. There are also bloody images in the aftermath of violence.

language

There is strong language ('motherf**ker' and 'f**k'), accompanied by other milder terms ('slut', 'bitch', 'pussy', 'asshole', 'ass', 'shit', 'Jesus', 'butt', 'screw' and 'morons'). There is also a graffitied image of a middle finger gesture. Discriminatory terms include a use of 'retard'.

  • Classified date

    16/08/2021

  • Language

    Spanish