The Endless Summer Collectors Edition (2 Disc) [DVD]
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The search for the perfect wave... They call it The Endless Summer - the ultimate surfing adventure, crossing the globe in search of the perfect wave. From the uncharted waters of West Africa, to the shark-filled seas of Australia, to the tropical paradise of Tahiti and beyond, these California surfers accomplish in a few months what most people never do in a lifetime... they live their dream. Director Bruce Brown creates a film so powerful it has become a timeless masterpiece that continues to capture the imagination of every new generation. When it first played in theaters, audiences lined up to see it again and again, spellbound by its thrilling excitement and awesome photography. But in fact, what's most compelling about the film is the sport of surfing itself, and once you've seen it, you'll never forget why. The Endless Summer became an instant cult classic upon its release in 1968 and has more than stood up to the test of time as it continues to wow audiences. Stunning photography, a fascinating adventure story and a humorous narrative mean this film has secured a place in the heart of film-lovers and the surfing community. Collector s edition includes follow up film Endless Summer Revisited, Disc 1: The Endless Summer Disc 2: The Endless Summer Revisited
The definitive surf movie, this 1966 documentary by Bruce Brown is beautifully shot and thrilling to see in its portrait of youthful freedom on the world's shores. Brown followed two surfers around the globe in their quest for the perfect wave, finding it eventually on a remote beach far from home. The narration by "Big Kahuna Brown" cuts through the reverence a bit, being cheeky in tone. --Tom Keogh, Amazon.com --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
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The film sums up what surfing is all about. The best line has to be 'You should have been here yesterday'. It seems that where ever the guys travelled to, the surf was always better the day before. If you are into you surfing, this film is a must see!
i love the old classic style of this film, both with the style of surfing (all on longboards) and the style of filming. but i think the best feature of this film is the running commentary by bruce brown. it's given with a completely hilarious dead-pan humour style.
any surfer, longboarder or shortboarder, must, i repeat must watch this film.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you love surfing you will love this. A great film that even our 3 and 5 year old kids love to watch.Published 14 months ago by Loz
I ordered one CD. I was sent two. Neither worked. Each would play about 30 seconds of the movie, then freeze. Both CD cases were in German. Read morePublished 18 months ago by poochai
Fairly quick delivery. The product description says it's sent from Germany, it doesn't say the cover etc is in GermanPublished 23 months ago by G SMITH
The original surfers in search of great wave movie. Although slightly more like a documentary much of the time. Read morePublished on 30 May 2014 by Mr. G. P. Barnett
Five stars for surfers, no doubt. I watched this first on TV in the late 60s as a youngster fascinated by the whole thing and I'd not seen it again till today. Read morePublished on 29 April 2013 by Mario