All right, all right, all right.
This 1965 surfing doc, chronicling the pursuit of the perfect wave, remains one of the most laid-back, blissful film experiences you can have.
Director Bruce Brown doesn’t get overly complicated – he mainly sits back and captures the good times as they unfold.
In the end, whether you’ve ever picked up a surf board or not, The Endless Summer has universal appeal, capturing a moment in time, and the embrace of a seductive lifestyle.
This was part of my regular rotation on the in-store TV’s back at Videoville, and why not?
It’s nothin’ but good vibes.