The Endless Summer Revisited [DVD] [2000]

This documentary look back at the making of The Endless Summer -- widely regarded as the greatest surfing movie ever made -- gets an effective presentation for its release on DVD. The Endless Summer Revisited has been transferred to disc in the full frame aspect ratio of 1.33:1 and the audio has been mastered in Dolby Digital Stereo. The narration and interviews are in English, and no multiple-language options have been included. Bonus materials include interviews with co-directors Bruce Brown and Dana Brown and a collection of production memorabilia.
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Overview

Special Features

  • Scrapbook
  • Surfer Bios
  • "The Surfers Journel" interviews with Bruce & Dana Brown

Synopsis

The Endless Summer Revisited
In 1966, Bruce Brown released The Endless Summer, the first documentary on surfing that exposed the beauty and excitement of the sport to an audience outside of hard-core surf enthusiasts. The Endless Summer proved to be a pivotal film in the history of sports documentaries, and 34 years later, Bruce and his son Dana Brown combined previously unseen outtakes from The Endless Summer with new footage of some of surfing's greatest legends as they explore the power of their sport, as well as the impact of Brown's original film. Among those riding the waves and discussing how to avoid hodads are Robert August and Patrick O'Connell (two of the surfers featured in The Endless Summer), "Hobie" Alter, "Wingnut" Weaver, Steve Pezman, "Ironman" Doyle, and Nat Young. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

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