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Im going to keep this short. As a photographer/videographer myself and a lover of action sports like surfing and mtb/dh this film just delivers. Visually it is stunning and just incredibly thorough/innovative/creative. It's a real treat to be inspired by the thought that went in to shooting this. It's almost if not completely, flawlessly shot in my eyes. The biking is of course pretty top notch but its more about the artistic way they shoot the riding than the riding itself. The soundtrack pumps and really works well. Lastly but most impressively it is not any of the pieces of this film that really impress, its how they all come together and each one carries its weight to create a really great action sports piece. Watch it because you want something that is rock solid all around and is a real visual and auditory treat.
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