Crystal Voyager

A cult favourite back when our people were fair and had stars in their hair, this addled 1974 sensory epic follows legendary surfer and cameraman George Greenough's search for the perfect wave. Set to the ping-pongs of Pink Floyd's "Echoes", the final 20 minutes are surf-cinema's equivalent of 2001's Stargate sequence—but it's for boardheads and Floyd completists only. Give us Point Break any day.

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A cult favourite back when our people were fair and had stars in their hair, this addled 1974 sensory epic follows legendary surfer and cameraman George Greenough’s search for the perfect wave. Set to the ping-pongs of Pink Floyd’s “Echoes”, the final 20 minutes are surf-cinema’s equivalent of 2001’s Stargate sequence?but it’s for boardheads and Floyd completists only. Give us Point Break any day.

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