BETWEEN LAND AND SEA REVIEWED
“Between Land and Sea” is all about the perks of Irish surfing. The documentary spends a year in the life of the surfers of County Clare. Hell, you even get a sweet ass cameo from Shane Dorian. Over the next 94 minutes, the film invites you into its world and dares you to keep up. As much as I like being invited into new settings, I do need some background on what’s going on. Hell, I wish we could’ve got a commentary to go along with this film. Oh well, it’s still worth checking out.
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby 2.0
RELEASE DATE: 9/11/18
The Plot Thus Far
Experience a year in the life of a surf town at the mercy of the Atlantic Ocean. Set against the backdrop of Ireland’s stunning west coast, BETWEEN LAND AND SEA – at times intimate, at times epic – embeds itself within Lahinch’s passionate surfing community. Following this dedicated group of diehards who want their local waves to be known around the world, this observational documentary combines exhilarating footage with insightful, moving and often humorous portraits of the ocean-going natives of County Clare.
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