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Taylor Steele

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About the Movie

Taylor Steele’s brand new film – “Missing” – puts ASP World Champion Mick Fanning in some of the most radical places on the planet alongside his good friends John John Florence, Jordy Smith, Matt Wilkinson, and Tom Curren. Under the direction of the world-renowned film-maker, the project takes Mick Fanning out of the competition world of the ASP, gives him a boarding pass with a blank destination and for 21 days he is relocated all over the world with only a passport, suitcase and surfboard at his disposal. As a result, the surfing is special, raw, and some of the best that you’ll see on screen this year. From Africa and Ireland to Central America and Spain, the experience literally is life changing for Mick Fanning.

Customer Reviews


Mathis movies is one of the best surf movies I have see after riding giant .. Hands down 🙌
Taylor Steele
Is absolutely great director.

Mick is the man

Mick Fanning Missing

I'm really not sure what to write. I like all the cast members and director. I will be clear. This movie was a let down for me, not much substance into Mick as a person or as a surfer. Best part of the movie was hearing him say "Oh F**K" when the bulls where chasing him. Really that was the only authentic (1 second) of the film. Oh yeah another authentic part was seeing him hug his wife during the credits (1 second) too.


This movie features maybe 10 minutes of actual surfing and the rest is Mick standing around people who are singing indigenous songs. Not great from a surfing or cultural perspective.

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