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    Totally Free

    Experience total freedom on eight wheels in San Francisco, a city where anything goes.

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    Totally Free

    Directed by Daniel Soares 2015 5 min
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    Rollerskating used to be everywhere, but these days it's nearly impossible to find people on
    roller skates. 'Totally Free' is a short documentary that explores these weirdly wonderful roller skaters,
    how they got into skating and why it keeps them alive.

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    Totally Free

    Rollerskating used to be everywhere, but these days it's nearly impossible to find people on
    roller skates. 'Totally Free' is a short documentary that explores these weirdly wonderful roller skaters,
    how they got into skating and why it keeps them alive.

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    v By Daniel Soares