What are your limits? Everyday heroes put this question to the test as they embark on an epic journey to the tropical rain forests and beaches of Costa Rica in pursuit of adventure and surf... See full summary »

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What are your limits? Everyday heroes put this question to the test as they embark on an epic journey to the tropical rain forests and beaches of Costa Rica in pursuit of adventure and surf. Meet Christiaan, Patrick and Jake, three men who triumph over their physical disabilities in life with a wheelchair view. These men symbolize hope to their peers as they dare to go where wheelchairs are not welcome: the ocean, the jungle and the skate park. From Huntington Beach, the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, Venice Beach and Malibu to the coast of Central America, you will be astonished by the bravery of these injured athletes as they smash down stereotypes. Handicapped? We don't think so! Written by Anonymous

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Loved being a part of this
13 March 2013 | by (Aspen, Colorado) – See all my reviews

An excellent documentary about pushing your perceived limits. This was a great film to be a part of and I appreciate Jason for doing an amazing job of sharing the story of Christiaan, Jake and Patrick and their journey. A great film, emotional, funny and interesting. From the opening scene to the closing credits, this film will grab you and help enlighten the audience to the world of adaptive sports and more so how a kid in a wheelchair sees his abilities and opportunities in our able bodied world. The shots of Costa Rica and the Huntington Beach Pro surf contest are fantastic and the commentary from the families of Jake and Patrick really hit an emotional button. I loved being a part of this movie, getting to watch its creation and to see the final cut on the big screen.


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