Sight SoundHD Closed Captioning SDH
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About the Movie
Surfing is supposed to be an individual act. It's supposed to elicit creativity and take place in a natural environment. It's supposed to have moments familiar and original. It's supposed to be both elegant and raw. Surfing isn’t supposed to be choreographed. The surfer and board do what they want. Let them be seen as they want to be seen; let them be heard through only their motions. Let them surf in climates warm and cold, on waves big and small, on boards long and short, in countries near and far. Let the camera capture what it can. Let there be Sight Sound. From the surfer-director of Picaresque, is another film without dialogue. Another group of talented individuals doing what they do best, with an eclectic soundtrack mixed-in to enhance the vibe.
There are few surf films that are as beautifully shot and edited with this much penchant for great music selection. This movie is spewing with taste on a level that as a person over a certain age, you will truly appreciate. I think that comes from a director who has spent a lot of time in New York and has been influenced by living around simple yet functional design. It's like a New York apartment. There's not a lot of room, so you must carefully select objects to inhabit the space. This careful curation of visual and audio stimuli tells the story of squeezing the fun out of nature and lapping the juices like a thirsty dog.
Clean and simple. Beautiful scenes, music, selections of boards and surfers.