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    Tierra de Patagones

    Gauchos del Mar´s second film - TIERRA DE PATAGONES. A surf exploration through the Patagonian coastline and cultures.


    Uploaded Sep 10, 2014

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    Tierra de Patagones

    Directed by Julian Azulay, Joaquin Azulay 2014 74 min


    Uploaded Sep 10, 2014

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    Tierra de Patagones

    The “Gauchos del Mar” brothers pursue their goal of surfing at one of the southernmost areas of the world: “Isla de los Estados”. They travel with a truck and live in a tent across the Patagonia during six months, where they share their experiences with native people and get to know their jobs, which are different from those that exist in the cities. They show the endemic flora and fauna, and fight against the harsh weather conditions to reach Ushuaia. Where they board a sailing boat and sail through the Beagle Channel and across the Straight of Le Maire, which is one of the most dangerous seas in the world, to get to the uninhabited island.

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