On this installment of Surf Cinema Sundays powered by way of TheSurfNetwork, we’re going to turn “A Sea For Your self,” integrated for your Surfline Top class club, presently thru Monday morning. (Learn an interview with one the movie’s stars, Jeff Hakman, proper right here.) We’ll proceed appearing iconic surf films each different Sunday. (Subsequent up: ‘Bella Vita’, October 25th.) In case you’re no longer already Top class, join a Surfline loose trial right here, and you’ll be able to additionally flow/hire the movie by way of going to TheSurfNetwork’s website.
From the demolition derbies across the unique Dogtown deathtrap, POP Pier, to the lonely, roping rights of Ventura’s California Side road; from North Shore burnathons to Maui meditation chambers — Hal Jepsen left no stone unturned in his two-year quest to juxtapose chaos with sublimity, documenting the whole thing that was once anything else on this planet of surf all through the early 1970s on this vintage movie. Which it seems that integrated the Large Surf wave gadget in Arizona (yeah, that they had ‘em long ago then), Hobie Cat tow-ats, the Shortboard Revolution’s dysfunctional anorexic segment, and the gradual beginning of full-neoprene coverage. Naturally, the less warm Hal’s workforce ventured, the fewer surfers they encountered.