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The world's most renowned surfing cinematographer, Jack McCoy, spends two years following two of the world's greatest surfers: Andy Irons, a highly competetive and driven surfer, set on ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Andy Irons Andy Irons ... Self
Dave Rastovich Dave Rastovich ... Self
Kelly Slater ... Self
Taj Burrow Taj Burrow ... Self
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shane Dorian ... Self
Hannah Fraser ... Mermaid
Bruce Irons Bruce Irons ... Self - Andy's Brother
Mark Occhilupo Mark Occhilupo ... Self
Joel Parkinson Joel Parkinson ... Self
Daize Shayne Daize Shayne ... Self
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The world's most renowned surfing cinematographer, Jack McCoy, spends two years following two of the world's greatest surfers: Andy Irons, a highly competetive and driven surfer, set on beating Kelly Slater and winning the world title, and Dave "Rasta" Rastovich, a free surfer who is more about the soul of surfing. The result: Blue Horizon, a documentary made to bring surf movies back to the big screen, where "they truly belong". Written by Gunilla Leavitt

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Two Paths... One Journey.

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How Could You Not Like It?
27 June 2007 | by landon-arnoldSee all my reviews

Don't have time to write a real review, but the soundtrack, the cinematography the comparison and contrast between Andy and Rasta...damn. Great documentary. The inclusion of surfing history interspersed throughout the film made it that much more genuine. I cannot get enough of it.

I hail from the Midwest, and having only surfed once before viewing this film I don't have much experience in surfing, but the love of the ocean from these two different personalities brings this picture in.

I really wish I had time to learn filming techniques inside a wave-some of these clips are within the wave are incredible.

The only thing I can do is to hope I raise my kids in a surfing culture. The only people I can see not fully enjoying this are clowns that have never lived in/visited a spot where there's any type of surfing culture.

A very beautiful film that obviously had a lot of passion put into it.


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21 April 2004 (USA) See more »

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