"I'm bullshit proof!"
There is no reason, except a stupid one, for anyone to project on a screen anything that will dull that vital edge.
And here we find the filmmaker and go-for-broke surfer Dane Reynolds, at the end of his thirty-sixth year, in the midst of maturity full of pain.
The famous daddy-body is heavy, massive like the country that gave him birth. Short arms, dainty hands.
Yet when he surfs he becomes like a cowboy of the Westerns: ready to fire his guns at the drop of a hat, getting into a rage at the least provocation.
In this latest episode of Chapter 11 TV, Reynolds with filmers Hunter Martinez, Mini Blanchard and Andrew Schoener, has constructed a fine collection of local surfers from Oxnard, that tragic westside slum inhabited by poverty-mauled whites.
“A medley of my friends and I surfing our favorite zones over the past winter and hopefully captures the essence of our surf community,” says the former world number four.
Too many highlights to list. Essential etc.