- Culture and Sports
In the 1990's alternative sports proliferated. One sport that captured the vibe of this era was Aggressive Inline. Considered by many analysts to be a billion dollar industry it all but vanished at the end of the decade.
Rolling Along: An Inline Movement is the story of this sport from its birth, to its rapid accent, crash and current underground status.
Featuring legends of the sport's past and present who represent the true blading spirit;
Chris Edwards, Tom Hyser, Mike Opalek, Franky Morales, Jon Julio, Coco Sanchez and held down by, Brian ‘BFree’ Freeman.
Rolling Along: An Inline Movement represents the blader DIY
Bladers today don’t wait around for the mainstream to swing back, they are out there doing all they can for the sport this is my contribution to that culture which embodies self-reliance and love for the sport. I challenge you not to feel like skating once you have finished watching.
- Running time
- 54 and 0 minutes
- Richard Audley Vaughan ... Everything.
- Prod. Co.
- RIchard Audley Vaughan
- United States
- Years of Production
- 2014 - 2016
- Release year
- 2017 Madrid International Film Festival
- Best Editing of a Documentary 2017 Madrid International Film Festival
- English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, German, French
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