Reveal the Path is a genre-defying adventure film that contemplates what it means to live an inspired life using the bicycle as a mechanism to explore, dream and discover.

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Reveal the Path is a genre-defying adventure film that contemplates what it means to live an inspired life using the bicycle as a mechanism to explore, dream and discover.

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Jez Hastings: If we open ourselves to the path we can experience so many more things. Sometimes we're overtaken in our lives with the target.
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For The Truly Self-Absorbed
8 July 2013 | by (Detroit, MI) – See all my reviews

Synopsis: A bunch of really white guys who spend more on their bikes and gear than the federal poverty level for a family of 4 go places to ride bikes and film themselves.

This is not really a movie about bicycling however. It's a movie about thinking out loud and being impressed with whatever you come up with. There is far more pontificating than pedaling and it wears you down like an uphill climb. Some of the guys really struggle to piece something poetic together when the camera is turned on them. Those moments are palpable and cringe-worthy.

To say these characters are a bit self-absorbed doesn't really do it justice. They all believe they have something profound to offer and neither brevity nor humility were packed in their panniers.

"You don't really find the path. The path finds you." Maybe if you're heavily into stoner philosophy you'd enjoy 73 minutes of gems like that but I didn't.


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