BlueGreen

DVD Release: September 28, 2010
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Synopsis

Featuring some of the world’s most talented surfers, including Keith Malloy and seven-time Women’s World Champion, Layne Beachley, combined with footage shot around the world, “BlueGreen” examines the connection between humans and the ocean through thoughtful insight from scientists, activists, athletes and enthusiasts. From the physiological to the spiritual, filmmaker and surfer Ben Keller explores the power of the ocean, how it affects our lives and why we are all attracted to it in one way or another.

Dove Review

“BlueGreen” is a great film for water lovers! This documentary examines the human connection to the water through the eyes of several real-life surfers. The film follows their struggles and triumphs over and in the water. One section that goes on for a long while shows people surfing without commentary. One Catholic girl mentions that she feels closer to God while on the water.

Head outside with these surfers and enjoy this documentary and the surfers’ experiences and stories. We are pleased to award this film our Dove Seal for ages 12-plus. “BluGreen” is the next best thing to surfing!

Content Description

Sex: A comment about "hot chicks"
Language: G-3; H-1; A-2; As*ho**-1; Screw it-2.
Violence: Several scenes of surfers wiping out, but they are okay.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Several scenes of women in bikinis and shirtless men; cleavage in several scenes.
Other: The mention of Mother Nature controlling the waves; a few evolution comments, including a comment about life beginning in the water; one man says, "Surfing is God"; some people say they can talk to God easier while they are in the water.

Info

Company: Gateway Films / Vision Video
Director: Ben Keller
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 76 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter