Watch Step into Liquid
- 1 hr 28 min
Step into Liquid is a documentary about the beauty of surfing. It was directed by Dana Brown. Dana Brown is the son of famous surfer, Bruce Brown. The film was made to teach people about surfing, how to surf, and why surfers have made surfing their main sport and career in life. The movie showcases what each famed surfer thinks of the sport and how they got into surfing. Step Into Liquid is a movie that teaches people about living in this interesting sport and why so many have made it their life. Step into Liquid showcases surfing footage from the famous Pipeline. The Banzai Pipeline is located right in Hawaii in a specific area and has given people the chance to experience big waves, and this is all explained and shown in Step Into Liquid. Several beaches in Vietnam which are known for delivering top of the line waves are also showcased with several Vietnam surfers being a part of the documentary. Aside from those areas, some of the world's biggest and largest waves are shown in this documentary. Now anybody who watches this movie can finally see what some of the biggest waves that surfers are able to conquer. Step Into Liquid is a film that teaches a whole lot about the sport of surfing. A few of the surfers a part of this documentary are Jesse Brad Billauer, Robert August, Shawn Barron, Layne Beachley, Bob "Aquadoc" Beaton, Rochelle Ballard, among amny other fames surfers. The film lasts for around 88 minutes long and shows what the average surfer can experience when in the water. Step Into Liquid is not an ordinary documentary that talks about surfing in general, but how the sport has evolved and what a surfer can expect when trying to get into surfing. Step Into Liquid has surfers and non-surfers talking about the biggest waves ever caught on tape and what most people never get to see whenever they go surfing.