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In the early 60s a bunch of kids met playing in the extreme wilderness of New Zealand. The adventure they discovered in tapping the forces of nature changed their lives - and the world. A global quest for adventure paradise in 45 years of stunning original footage. Written by
A fantastic visual experience and nice mix of extreme sports, this movie flows really well and keeps you thinking about how lucky we are to have such incredible environments to play in and on. Then on the other hand how selfish, thoughtless and destructive developers can be in their quest to so called modernise the world, Clive shows ways for mankind to harmonise and restore the paradise we've been ruining for too long. There is some great surfing but a nice blend of extreme sports so no need to be a surfer, and a great eye opener in many ways for anyone. I love the time span regarding the footage, full of nostalgia and great memories. Very refreshing. Nice work Clive !
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