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The Endless Winter - A Very British Surf Movie (2012)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 12 August 2012 (UK)
The story of how Britain has evolved one of the most unusual and colourful surf scenes on the planet.

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Matt Crocker, James Dean
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Credited cast:
Oli Adams Oli Adams ... Himseld
Mitch Corbett Mitch Corbett ... Himself
Gabe Davies Gabe Davies ... Himself
Chris Griffiths Chris Griffiths ... Himself
Mark Harris Mark Harris ... Himself
Sam Lamiroy Sam Lamiroy ... Himself
Ben Skinner Ben Skinner ... Himself
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Mark Harris and Mitch Corbett are two surfers on a mission; to discover how Californian cool arrived on Britain's bracing beaches, and grew from splashy summer fun, to a serious obsession with waves. They'll visit the most iconic surf spots around Britain's 5000 miles of rugged coastline; unraveling how the men and women of their native waters have evolved one of the most unusual and colourful surf scenes on the planet. Written by Level Films

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UK

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English

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12 August 2012 (UK) See more »

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UK

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16:9 HD
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Utterly gorgeous
29 May 2013 | by kungfucattySee all my reviews

I just adored this film. It perfectly sums up the eccentricity and joy of being a surfer in our weird and wild country. What's more, my non-surfing family loved it too. Anyone who likes sport, nature, geography, people, and fun would enjoy this film. The music by Ben Howard is so perfect, and the animated sequences were a lovely addition to the regular footage. They add another little touch of Britishness and a hint of Monty Python that lifts this film above the level of your ordinary documentary. It's even inspired me to dig out my wetsuit and go catch some waves. I might even search for my own secret surf spots like Mark and Mitch! I actually only gave it 9/10 to give the filmmakers something to aim for. will there be a sequel? Pleeeease make a follow-up!


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