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We have been sitting and waiting patiently since the notion of this project was announced. There have been countless more hits on That's It That's All on YouTube and digital downloads for The Art of Flight to try to amp ourselves up for another journey into the 'WOW' factor with Travis Rice and Brain Farm.
There is no doubt in anyone's heads that the camera work, riding caliber and cinematography of this film are of the highest caliber. However the film is not without its downsides.
It felt as though there was too much of nothing. The few references to the cycle and how it performs its routine were nice, however, the writing of those sequences drew me into a story that I was never going to be told.
To conclude: The film feels like a helpful giant in a village with too many people to assist. Felt no direction and a lack of flow with the time management of some scenes. That being said, the team still managed to pull of a beautiful film. Cudos.
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