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STOKED AND BROKE...
May 17 2011
May 17 2011
Are you tired of high performance surf movies? If you are, then check out the new flick 'Stoked and Broke'. It follows two guy's on a trip around San Diego riding boards they've made themselves. Have a look below and see what the fuss is about...
From the creator of 'Toms Creation Plantation' Cyrus Sutton brings you 'Stoked & Broke' Synopsis: A Staycation Surfari Epic on Zero Dollars… Making their own boards, bamboo rickshaws, solar cookers, and hobo stoves, surfers Ryan Burch and Cyrus Sutton set off on a thirty mile, eight day walk through San Diego, CA. But what begins as a guide to taking a minimalist surfing journey, quickly becomes an examination of freedom vs alienation. Starring: San Diego, Ryan Burch, Cyrus Sutton, Richard Kenvin, Lucas Dirkse, Eric Snortum, Glen Horn, Roberta Horn and Kneeboard Steve Soundtrack by The Blank Tapes and Mike McCarthy Reviews: “It’s an ingenious film that seamlessly elicits both laughter and stirring emotions… really fresh.” —Ryan Thomas “Great flick guys. Nice touch selling oranges and white sage in the lobby!” - Jeff Johnson “Huge heart, epic cast, gorgeous cinematography, amazing message, beyond, beyond. Awesome! No spare seat either!” – Carol Agriesti “Good surfing, good fun, good message. You are an inspiration for all of our groms. Well done, gents!” – Jan Kaufman “Great show,movie was super funny, along with fantastic surfing!! “ – Mike Steele ” Stoked and Broke is a refreshing breath of crisp, early-morning air. The film has a perfect mix of humor, adventure, creativity, honesty and uniquely incredible surfing.” – Dave Allee “It was really nice to see such a real and organic surf film, especially one that highlighted all of the treasurers to be found in our own backyard…I really loved that the film explored some of the key topics that are so central in the lives of those of us that are surf obsessed. You guys were able to really show both sides of the coin and help to present the idea of staying fully stoked on surfing and yet maintaining some balance in the other areas of your life as well. Again, thanks for putting togther such a great film for all of us to enjoy.” – Ryon Terry