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to the snowfields of Utah determined the
“surf the snow”. The sma ll surf boa rds slicing
through the snow gave rise to today’s Winter
Olympics gla mour event of snowboarding.
The highlight of a lifetime of filmmaking
turned out to be We stern Austra lia, which is
revealed as the Last Paradise in the film.
Underpinning the movie’s vision of a
romanticised past, there’s a more serious
message – the realisation that so many of the
spectacular settings we are witnessing are
now gone or s eriously threatened due to the
impacts of our civilisation.
As Neeson says: “I wanted to use
original footage to address the world’s
biggest problems – in this sense the film
is an open letter to a generation inheriting
a world vastly different to the one me, my
brothers and my friends grew up in, and
we were just one generation before the
youth of today,”
It’s fitting that the Australian premiere
of Last Paradise will be opened in Perth on
May 2 by celebrated author and committed
environmenta list Tim Winton. It then
travel s to other c apita l cities and selected
region al area s throughout Australia .
Premiere at Luna Leederville Friday 2 May
at 6.30pm . Visit www.lastparadisefilm.com
for other screening details.
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IF THE LURE of the carefree past has
you in its grip, then Last Paradise may be
just what you ne ed. The indie movie, a n
adventure film which traces the evolution
of e xtreme sports a mong stunning scenery,
ranging from surfing breaks to snowfields to
wildwater ra fting, is the work of physicist-
cum-filmmaker Clive Ne eson.
The movie’s magic is that it harks back to a
simpler age in the 1960s and ‘70s when young
men could set out in battered VW kombies
or even a Morris Minor to seek their thrills
“with no rule books and no boundaries”.
Last Paradise is a culmination of footage
taken over a 45 year period, with restoration
work done by Peter Jack son’s Lord of the Rings
technical team who described it as ‘the most
extraordinary footage we have ever seen.”
Neeson’s journey beg an with his three
brothers in Africa where they went on
filming safaris with their parents and we see
some of the dramatic clos e up footage of that
more innocent age when animals in the wild
were va stly more numerous than today.
Later formative years were spent in New
Zealand where they picked up the famed
Kiwi ingenuity from having to make do
when parts for a ll sorts of machinery and
gear were just not available. While living
there, they chanced upon the famed Manu
Break at Raglan which led them on a new
sort of safari, surfing. A little later they travel
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