Filipe Toledo, Yago Dora, Ciao Ibelli And More In A Surf Film With A Teeth Obsession
Mexico, Indonesia, California, Hawaii and the quirkiest edit you’ll see today.
“What you are about to see will make you feel like showing your teeth to your friends.” States the description below Gabriel Novis’ forty-odd-minute feature Sorria. Shot over two years in Mexico, Indonesia, California and Hawaii, the piece features a cast from the Brazilian high-performance contingent; Yago Dora, Filipe Toledo, Matheus Toledo, Jesse Mendes, Tomas Hermes, Caio Ibelli, Victor Bernardo, Alex Chacon, Ian Gouveia, Yuri Gonçalves, Gabriel André and Jean da Silva. There are some interesting themes running throughout the piece, mostly involving shots of delightful blonde Cornelia Grimsmo, and teeth, lots of teeth. Confusing as it may sound, the cinematography and cutaways (shot with over 5 different camera systems), when layered with a well-curated soundtrack, make for entertaining weekend viewing. Yes, you have to pay to play this one, hardly enough to break your bank.
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