Scott Eastwood carries on his father Clint’s acting legacy in “The Perfect Wave.” The film, coming to DVD, Blu-ray, Digital Download and On-Demand Sept. 16 from Anchor Bay Entertainment, also features “Charlie’s Angels” star Cheryl Ladd as well as Rachel Hendrex (“October Baby”) and Patrick Lyster (“Black Sails”). The film also includes the talents of award-winning professional surfers Matt Bromley and Rosy Hodge.
The film is based on true events and follows a surfer and future ordained minister, Ian McCormack, as he travels around the world to find the perfect wave. The film is shot in locales such as Bali, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, South Africa and Mauritius, giving viewers a fantastic look at some of the world’s most beautiful place as well as some of the world’s most impressive waves. Here’s more about the film.
Scott Eastwood – son of screen legend Clint Eastwood – delivers a breakthrough performance as Ian McCormack, a rebellious young surfer who impulsively decides to leave home and travel the world’s most exotic surf spots. But living in the moment can have its thrills – including a romance with beautiful kindred soul Annabel (Rachel Hendrix of “October Baby”) – as well as its sacrifices. And following a horrific accident and near-death experience on the Island of Mauritius, Ian receives a glimpse into eternity that will change his life forever. Patrick Lyster (“Black Sails”) and Cheryl Ladd (“Charlie’s Angels”) co-star in this inspirational true story about the power of faith, the love of family, and one man’s search for THE PERFECT WAVE.
The DVD and Blu-ray special features for “The Perfect Wave” includes an interview and director Bruce Macdonald, a “Perfect Wave” music video, featurettes such as “The Perfect Wave: It’s Not Just About Love” and “Collide: Uphill Struggle Of A Downhill Skater,” behind-the-scenes footage and more. The film will be available on Blu-ray for $29.99 and on DVD for $24.98.
Take a look at the trailer below the post and write what you think about the film in the comments section below.