The film has been in production for over a year and filming has taken place across the globe including Spain, Austria, France, Latvia and Southern California. It also features over 30 skaters, from pros to unknowns. Brian Aragon, Damien Wilson, Nils Jansons and Chaz Sands are just some of the riders with full profiles.
Simon Mulvaney who directed the film said: “I really wanted to make something a bit different from the average rollerblade film. I realized that this could be my only opportunity to make my mark on this industry and wanted it to be a memorable one. With that in mind, one of the most challenging aspects of production was to create something unique, yet also familiar to its intended audience.”
It sounds like a film that will be remembered for years to come, so why should you get to see it? Seriously why should you?
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