Tiger Stripes of MALAYSIA Makes Triumphant Entry at CANNES Festival

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Malaysian director Amanda Nell Eu, at 37 years old, has made history as the first female director from Malaysia to be selected in a competition at Cannes Critics Week. Her debut feature film, Tiger Stripes, premiered to packed audiences and received enthusiastic applause.

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Early reviews describe it as an ambitious drama and praise Nell Eu for her striking debut. Tiger Stripes is one of 11 films competing for the Critics Week Grand Prix award, and its reception at Cannes could serve as a significant launchpad for its festival journey.

Tiger Stripes Success

The film explores the journey of a 12-year-old girl named Zaffan as she navigates puberty and seeks self-acceptance. The captivating performance of newcomer Zafreen Zairizal, along with a talented ensemble cast, adds to the film’s appeal. The premiere was attended by the film’s cast and crew, as well as esteemed jury members and industry professionals.

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