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Through that documentary that follows the tale of Joe Exotic, a strange man, who possesses a notable animal park in Oklahoma, where he saves big cats and blamed for a homicide for cash, what drives him to uncover the unpleasant realities of that world, as the proprietors of big cats are more perilous than cats themselves.
What Tiger King does best is illustrate how good intentions can turn into obsessions, how personal vendettas can take over your mind, and the dangers of people who inexorably draw others close to them, spinning them inexorably into their lives.
For those who love Netflix's particular flavor of true crime and docuseries, which depend heavily on wild characters and addictive pacing in order to keep a couchbound audience entertained, Tiger King will undoubtedly scratch a particular itch.
Tiger King is so awash in hard-to-believe oddballs that lean into their image it genuinely feels like a Coen brothers movie come to life, the kind of thing any studio would return to the writer saying the screenplay was too over the top.