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"How fare are you willing to go?"
  • NR
  • 2014
  • 1 hr 25 min
  • 6.1  (211)

Isolated is an adventure sports documentary that explores the world of surfing, diving and exploring the untouched islands of west Papua, Indonesia. The film is directed by Justin Le Pera and features famous professional surfer Travis Potter and his team who set out on a month-long journey to find the perfect wave and expose the impact of globalization an environmentalism.

The storyline of Isolated begins with Travis and his friends journeying to the southern coast of West Papua on a small yacht called "The Indies Trader". There, they embark on a one-month journey to explore the untouched islands and reefs of the region. Their goal is to find the perfect wave to ride for the film, but along their journey, they discover much more.

The Isolated Island locals of West Papua have a unique culture that is still unspoiled by globalization. The cultures are still not affected by pop culture, the internet, or the outside world yet. It is a place where people still live in harmony with nature and their surroundings. But then the mining industry shook up the region. This prompts the locals to risk everything to preserve their ancient traditions from economic exploitation.

As the film progresses, the team addresses the issues of globalization, consumerism, and environmentalism through their interactions with the locals of West Papua. They connect with indigenous tribes and try to get an understanding of their relationships with the natural world around them.

The major theme of the film is how globalization and capitalism negatively impact the environment and the lives of people who live in remote corners of the world. Travis and his team discover that the profit-driven mining industry is polluting the waters with harmful chemicals, which in turn is causing devastating effects on the health of the people and the ecosystem of the region.

Travis and his team realize how big the problem is, and they decide to take matters into their own hands. They capture breathtaking moments of surfing, diving and exploring, and at the same time, they share the message of the urgent need to protect the environment and the people living there from capitalist ventures.

The cinematography of the film is what makes it stand out. The scenes are breathtaking and awe-inspiring, and the brilliant camera work shows off the beauty and diversity of West Papua. The deep blue waters, the unspoiled islands, and the unique cultures of the locals of West Papua make for a stunning backdrop.

The soundtrack of Isolated is as well crafted as its cinematography. Original music from renowned composers such as James Hall and Tom Whitlock adds to the atmosphere of the film. The musical score truly complements the stunning visuals and the message of the film.

Isolated is not your typical surfing documentary. It has a deeper message to share with the world. It expertly blends action and adventure with environmentalism, culture preservation, and social justice, creating a documentary that has deep meaning to it.

To sum up, Isolated is a powerful documentary that expertly blends adventure sports with environmentalism, social justice, and culture preservation. It shows the beauty of West Papua, the challenges the people face, and how people with good intentions can make a difference. Whether you're a fan of adventure sports, documentaries, or environmentalism, this film is sure to leave a lasting impact on you.

Isolated is a 2014 adventure movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 25 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.1.

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    6.1  (211)