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From the makers of "The Endless Summer", this story is told through the voices of legends, pros and everyday surfers alike. It is not just a film for surfers, but for anyone with an appreciation for sport and an inkling of what it means to be "stoked".
Thanks to Dana Brown's delightful Step Into Liquid, the surfing scene in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, should get a healthy boost. That's because Brown, in the tradition of his father, filmmaker Bruce Brown (The Endless Summer), has captured dazzling images of surfers riding curls in some of the world's most exotic--and sometimes unlikely--places. Besides the action on Lake Michigan, Brown leads us to Costa Rica, where the sport's senior elite (including Summer star Robert August) prove they still have the moves, and Oahu's North Shore, where the legendary Pipeline inspires this quote: "It's so scary, maybe you die a little." Most entertaining is a segment in County Donegal, where the American Malloy brothers startle the locals and meet their Irish counterparts on the grayest ocean imaginable. Great personal stories here, including the tale of Northern California's Dale Webster, who has never missed a day on the waves in 30 years. --Tom Keogh
We love this and watch it over and over. You cannot stop watching once you've started. Just amazing footage!Published 2 days ago by flowerlover5
Watched this because our daughter was required to watch it for a class. Found it very interesting and entertaining. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Colleen Dunavin
i love the dvd. i like to have party and the tv on on mute for beatiful images. not only thar the dvd is very informativePublished 27 days ago by marusya
Up and close perspective, felt like I was there...Well done...Many blessings out there on the waves...Published 2 months ago by claudia rosales
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I have bought 11 WMV HD DVD's from Amazon. All these are unplayable now because of shut down of the validating system. This happened as soon as the Blue Ray version of these DVD's appeared on the market. Obviously the manufacturer and Amazon wants us to pay again for the BD version. This is... Read More
Mar 26, 2009 by Frank Kitzinger | See all 4 posts
I think so.
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