Part Two of "Vagabond Summer" expands on themes of movement, freedom and exploration in Part One (youtu.be/0BwWobuHYYI) and introduces international travel, cultural exchange, and self-reflection.
Highlights include jumping around the Giant's Causeway in Ireland, trying to explain "Ghost Ride the Whip" to French people, digging up ancestral roots in Norway, and finding peace in the Sahara Desert.
13 countries. 2 months. Epic Flow.
Please watch in full screen.
"L'Art du Déplacement could be summarized in three words: running, climbing, and jumping.The essential aim is to achieve a heightened awareness of your body and its resources. You then need to confirm and put into practice what you have learned, and overcome the fears that certain obstacles might generate. The result, with
humility, is greater confidence and self-esteem. Though similar to sport, it is also a genuine artistic activity. We often say that the «Art du Déplacement» is a bit like a barren plot of land on which you need to maintain a high level of enthusiasm, perseverance, determination, courage, respect (for yourself, others and the environment), solidarity and a sense of sharing. These values are inherent to this activity and help to compensate for its constraints and dangerous nature; but, above all, these are essential, basic values for all of us." - Majestic Force, Yamakasi
Filmed with the iPhone 4.
Soundtrack: Misc. street performers, Andrew Bird, J-Diggs feat. Mistah Fab & dem Hoodstarz, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Mac Dre feat. Chuck Beez.
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