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Cypher Movie Short

by on Friday 26th February, 2010   22370 Views

WHEN is an advert not an advert? Some surf movies are essentially adverts for brands which you pay them to watch? Why? Because it’s entertaining with mind-blowing surfing. You know the deal. 

Here’s 13:57 minutes of super-HD, brain-expanding, surfing shot at 1000 frames per second (normal camera speed is 30 fps) featuring Dane Reynolds, Julian Wilson, Jeremy Flores and Kelly Slater in Mexico and Tahiti - this one really blurs the boundaries.

(This must be watched at the HD 720 setting)

So is it an advert or an innovative film short? What’s the defining difference? I know I like it, and to quote a colleague, “the difference is when it’s sick…”

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