Take a Breath and Watch This Contemplative Surf Travel Movie With Drew McPherson

9 Oct 2019 0 Share

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A State of Play is a neat 12 minute long-clip/short film that makes you want to take that next quiet month you have and get away from everything in search of fun waves. Drew McPherson is in some ways the epitome of the old term of soul surfer here, as he and photog Nathan Henshaw leave their east coast hometown for some remote desert coastline.

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