Welcome to the state-of-the-art of Canadian surfing: intense weather, intense surroundings and a swell-swept ocean with temperatures that never fail to induce the infamous SHRINK. Raised on the raw and isolated Canadian coast, Raph Bruhwiler, Sepp Bruhwiler and Peter Devries have been at the forefront of surfing's progression into cold and hostile environments. From backyard beachbreaks to empty barrels slabbing over wilderness reefs, the second film from photographer Jeremy Koreski continues their surfing story. Off the map on Canada's Clayoquot coast, storm swells surge onto the reefs and beaches of Vancouver Island, creating heavy weather, heavy seas, heavy wildlife and some of the world's most futuristic surfing in the world's most primordial landscape. The sequel to Numb, Shrink is the second surf film from Jeremy Koreski and an in-depth look at the surfers who call this place their home. Peter Devries, Raph Bruhwiler, Sepp Bruhwiler and friends living the life in waves and waters that make the toughest men SHIRNK.
Cast: Peter Devries, Raph Bruhwiler, Sepp Bruhwiler and friends
Locations: Canada, California, Mexico and Hawaii
Length: 32 minutes
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