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This is an excellent film! Very inspiring! The entire production of it, from the music that was used, to the footage that was captured, makes this film stand out in quality. It does a great job showing some of the hardships that a band faces out of the road. However, Switchfoot allows it audience to have an inside view on how they are able to use surfing as a temporary "escape" from their time on tour. Through surfing, they claim that they are able to hit the "reset" button.
The documentary, while entertaining and interesting, did not include much about the role of spirituality and belief in Jesus in the lives of the members of Switchfoot. I was surprised that they did not cover these themes, and I think they should have talked more about it.
Surprisingly transparent and honest. An inspiring story. Well worth the view.
FADING WEST is Switchfoots journey across the world as they make their new album. This is an outstanding piece of work from my favorite band. Fading West is what a docudrama should be. I loved every minute of it!
I love Switchfoot but this documentary was not as good as I expected. I'm not a move critic but doc was lacking something. Perhaps it was the editing because the story didn't seem to flow very well.
Excellent movie with an AWESOME band!!! I love that they are always inspiring others and giving back to the community. Their music is so positive and upbeat ALWAYS! I see look forward to seeing them everytime they come back to SAN DIEGO!!!
we love this movie, such great scenery, especially of s. africa!
wonderful footage and story of making music and loving life and people.
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“Sgt. Pepper's” became my personal sound track of liberation back then as “Fading West” is now. Last night my wife Genie and I sat and listened to the album four times in a row. Then we watched the movie of the same title. We are sixty-two and sixty ...