The Heart & The Sea explores the joy that lies at the very centre of a surfing life: family, friends and a shared intimacy with the sea
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A beautiful film. There's artistry in both the film making and the surfing. Highly recommended.”Jonathan Hewitt, 9 Jul. Review is from The Heart And The Sea. Translate.
The Heart & The Sea is the third release from independent Australian filmmaker Nathan Oldfield, the creator of the highly regarded left of centre surf films Lines From a Poem and Seaworthy.
Over three years in the making, The Heart & The Sea explores the joy that lies at the very centre of a surfing life: family, friends and a shared intimacy with the sea.
Filmed in stunning locations in Australia, New Zealand, France and Spain, this is a gently refreshing & quietly enchanting contribution to the surf film genre.
Run time: 85 minutes
Subtitles: Japanese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German & Basque.
A beautiful film. There's artistry in both the film making and the surfing. Highly recommended.Jonathan Hewitt, 9 Jul 13. Review is for The Heart And The Sea.
Great surf flick. Something different from other ordinary ones...just relax and enjoyTobias Schulz, 25 May 14. Review is for The Heart And The Sea.
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