The film captures a time in life that really is hard to maintain, freedom without a huge amount of responsibility, but is easy to maintain through the connection with the ocean, which is total bliss.
Falzon made the film with a soundtrack that went gold in Australia. I recommend listening to the soundtrack on YouTube and you will see parts of the film.
The film portrays surfers living in spiritual harmony with nature, making their own boards and homes in search of waves.
Mr. Falzon also cofounded a surf magazine called Tracks, which has some of the most famous stills in surfing history, one being the Michael Peterson cutback.
Mr. Falzon, the generous soul that he is, offered me his little blue goddess board. How could I refuse when the film means so much to me? He also signed the bottom of the board.
The board is covered in Tara Buddhas, which is the goddess of compassion. It gives out a positive energy in the line-up (ocean) when surfing that helps protect you. The subtleties of these energies, particularly in the line-up, cannot be underestimated. They contribute to an overall sense of harmony, both in the water and on land.
So I hope we find inner peace in this life and start taking care of one another.