在紐西蘭尼爾森海岸邊，一片衝浪板被海浪打上岸。令人意外的是，這片衝浪板竟大有來頭，它是紐西蘭傳奇衝浪手 Peter Way 的作品之一。Peter Way 是1963年紐西蘭史上首位贏得全國衝浪大賽冠軍的知名好手，而後他無論在製作浪板、其他國家級的衝浪比賽，甚至是生活風格上都是衝浪界的先驅人物，在各個層面上都大大地影響了後生晚輩。本片跟隨撿拾到這塊衝浪板的年輕人們，一同踏上了一段橫跨紐西蘭南北境的探源之旅，由 Peter Way 所開創的衝浪風格作為起點，逐漸向內探索到這群年輕人自身衝浪生涯中的歷程與起落。更要帶著那片見證紐西蘭衝浪歷史的舊浪板，一路回到主人 Peter Way 身邊 ── 一場不思議的旅程就此展開。
Luke Cameron / 2017 / Taiwan / 73min / documentary / English / Chinese and English subtitles
* Director Q&A
It all starts with the discovery of an old surfboard washed ashore in Nelson, New Zealand, which was shaped by legendary charger Peter Way, New Zealand’s first ever national champion in 1963. From this lucky find, a safari begins across the North Island of New Zealand and beyond, a quest to learn about the state of Kiwi surfing and search for the man who originally shaped this piece of surfing history. Peter was known for his antics in and out of the water, but it was his mark on surfboard shaping, competitive surfing and surf lifestyle that has influenced the lives of generations of surfers who have come after him. Along the way, we encounter pro surfers Paige Hareb, Billy Stairmand, Ricardo Christie, who weigh in on what has driven them to success. Maz Quinn takes us through becoming the first ever Kiwi to make the world tour of surfing. And don't worry, there are plenty of great session edits along the way.