Disponível: Em estoque
Tubular Swells + A Day In The Life of Wayne Lynch (DVD)
The most unusual surfing film of the 70's that explores the limits of performance surfing at that time.
A group of imaginative young surfers radically changed our concept of wave riding. These surfers perform their dance on tubular swells that even today's heroes might not have attempted.
The 1975 surfing film classic ‘Tubular Swells’, a film by Dick Hoole and Jack McCoy, edited by David Lourie, presented the dream of the hottest surfing of the time with a fresh and imaginative approach that has entertained generations of surfers and non-surfers alike.
EVERY wave is worth watching. EVERY wave is a treat. You’ll see the best in Australia, Hawaii and then SECRET SPOTS in Bali and Indonesia. Spectacular travel sequences show lush island paradises of sparkling beauty, with long outer reef break tubes.
Tubular Swells should create a new high standard of truly professional entertainment for surf documentaries’ Phil Jarrett, Editor TRACKS Magazine ‘
Having captured these three areas of the world, namely Bali, Australia and Hawaii at its best, it adds up to some of the best surfing I have ever seen on film’ Jeff Divine, Photo Editor The Surfers Journal ‘
It’s a HOT movie’ George Greenough, Legendary Surfing Innovator Starring: Mark Richards, Rabbit Bartholomew, Shaun & Michael Tomson, Gerry Lopez, Rory Russell, Michael Peterson, Ian Cairns, Larry Bertleman, Peter McCabe, Peter Townend, Tony ‘Doris’ Eltherington, Terry Fitzgerald and MANY MORE!
BONUS SEQUENCE: A Day In The Life of Wayne Lynch