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In the early 60s a bunch of kids met playing in the extreme wilderness of New Zealand. The adventure they discovered in tapping the forces of nature changed their lives - and the world. A global quest for adventure paradise in 45 years of stunning original footage. Written by
Quirky, humorous and very inspirational movie. I am a surfer and I don't usually bother watching surfing movies. Last Paradise is far more than just a surfing moving. Anyone who had an adventurous childhood which continued into their adult life would love this movie! The cinematography is brilliant.The old footage very interesting and the environmental message simple but moving. Last Paradise has already won several awards overseas including the "X Dance"and "California" Film Festivals. Quite an incredible feat for one man on a very limited budget. The best movie I have seen for a long time and I would recommend it anyone with a sense of adventure who cares about the future of our planet.
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