Yes, terrific, outstanding, because so weird, disturbing and real in the same time. The other users have told about told it far better than I will ever do. But no, I have never seen such topic about such a matter. They talk about tickling as if it was a Secret Defense issue, involving the National Security files. Or the Mafia, criminal nets...And the best is in the end, where everything is finally explained. On the phone, the step mother of the man guilty of all this explains, gives détails about the genesis of this behaviour. That's the best for me. I still can't believe it. Thanks Netflix for this gem.
Tickled (2016) 1080p YIFY Movie
Tickled (2016) 1080p
Journalist David Farrier stumbles upon a mysterious tickling competition online. As he delves deeper he comes up against fierce resistance, but that doesn't stop him getting to the bottom of a story stranger than fiction.
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TerrificReviewed bysearchanddestroy-1Vote: 7/10
Tickled is such a weird creature, a documentary about the "Sport" of competitive endurance tickling. Yep, you read that right.
However that is merely the beginning, as the documentary delves deeper it gets dark. Really, really dark.
Not to ruin anything but there is so much more and the subject matter is remarkable, trouble is its ruined by a very lackluster near spineless documentary filmmaker who squanders the potential.
Within moments I felt like I was watching another scripted documentary alike Catfish (2010) the concept was too fantastical and everything just felt too convenient.
However upon investigation it certainly appears to be legitimate and once you've watched the documentary you'll realise that is a really scary fact.
Well made and truly fascinating subject matter but handled by people who were just out of their depth.
We can only dream what could have been! Do hope this doesn't develop a TV show like Catfish otherwise my spidey sense will start tingling again.
The mere idea of "competative tickling" is so out of this world that of course you would make a documentary about it! Add in a bunch of outrageous threats from the company once you look into it - It's gold from the get-go!
Tickled follows journalist David Farrier, and Dylan Reeve as they dig deep down the rabbit hole to the sickest places imaginable.. And no! None of them is the tickling itself!
The film is fantastic, it takes itself serious and even when moments arrive where they easily could mock and go for a quick laugh they stay factual and in the most parts let the "Jane O'Brien Media" speak for themselves. Tickled is the best film of the year so far.
John du Pont, Robert Durst, Jeffery Epstein, David D'Amato(?)