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April 04, 2012


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Love it!

Thanks for your kind words of support and I'm glad I could provide you with an evening of unsettling entertainment.
We're out looking for support for the film at the moment so please, one and all, visit the site and LIKE us and I promise I'll never pass you if we find ourselves out on the water together (although there's very little chance of me passing anyone anyway).

Happy (big waves) and bleeding (big shorebreak) is how I emerged from Sunday's SUP session (with Christian, I may add).

Emerging from a screening of "Happy and Bleeding", however, was a different story. I had a reaction more like Sally's. I have since not dated, and have decided to stay married to the sea. Much safer that way.

Does the sea have room for one more????

This isn't another one of those boy meets girl, boy needs transfusion
movies, is it?

No vampires, werewolves, spacemen or characters from the pages of a comic book. Just plain old crazy.

how does one sign up to be a screener?

perhaps a long island windsurfers only screener? with beers?

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