The Invisible String

2012

Biography / Documentary / History / Sport

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IMDb Rating 7.2 10 28

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94 min
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Reviewed by Mr_Bucket 4 / 10 / 10

This film needs another edit

From an overall perspective this movie is wonderful. The film includes a comprehensive history of Frisbee. It includes, interviews with the most talented and publicly visible Frisbee stars. There are sections on the different Frisbee disciplines, Ultimate, Freestyle, Golf, Guts and more. The film shows the popularity of Frisbee as an entertainment event at the Rose Bowl. The Frisbee stars also toured the USA and internationally. The film includes sections about the evolution of Frisbee design. My criticism of the film is that it is about 15 minutes too long and the film is in love with itself. This is what they should cut. 1) The whole section of the Bud Light Team. Especially, 'Crazy' John Brooks, I do not care that his team mates, forced him to move to Santa Barbara. The commercialism contradicts the narrative of Frisbee as spiritual activity. 2) There were too many interviews where the Frisbee player says, "everybody loves us", "it is spiritual" "it is an art form". You can find people in every sport, skiing, surfing, cycling who say this. Computer programmers say their activity is spiritual. Get over yourself. I realize that these guys and girls have a deep love for the sport, however, when you compare this love to spirituality, you are taking a leap and comparing Frisbee on the same scale as Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam. This is called hyperbole. 3) The guy who was into ballet Frisbee is an eccentric, and this should be cut.

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