Movie review: Ghosts of Speed

Cast: Jurjen van der Noord, Jacques van der Hout, Hans Kreisel, Peter de Wit, Renske Hijlkema, Caspar Verhaagen, Wessel Douma, Niek Looze, Walther Siksma, Jan Hendrik de Bruin, Luc Salomons and many +30 others
Director:  Angelo Pecere
Audio: English (Dubstep, electronic and ambient)
Sound: Bluman 
Story: An italian guy (the director) who visits the Netherlands, the movie is through his eyes, experience what he experienced in the Dutch nature and a few Dutch "ghosts" chasing high winds plus flattest water. These invisible, deserted places are the ultimate playground for the fanatical and amateur windsurfers.
Rating: 5/5 

Review: This movie is a beauty, the storyline is interesting and makes it possible to understand, experience and fall in love with the Dutch landscape. It shows the (Dutch) speedsurfing lifestyle in a way never seen before, this makes the movie quality stand on lonely height. Angelo even managed to surpass my expectations, the first movie that makes it possible to translate my speedsurfing addiction to others. All best emotions in speedsurfing are captured on the DVD

Quality of video is good, but music and sound edit by Bluman is absolutely something special. The audio and video are made to fit perfect together. I like to listen to music and all 40 minutes was a joy to listen, see and experience during the projection at Kater funsports windsurf Shop. This professional edit and cooperation between Angelo and Bluman is the second reason why this video is attractive for everyone, not just windsurfers.

Extras: Tips from the fastest windsurfers for windsurfers
Price: € 10,-- euro 

Erik Loots

Erik is windsurfer for 10+ years. In his daily life he is professional in construction dewatering, advisor, troubleshooter. Erik likes adventures, explore and to challenge himself. During his life he is trying to get the best out of it and have respect for the earth, nature and future generations. The modern world is about sharing, in this blog Erik shares his experiences, selfreflection and lessons learned.

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