THE LAST FLIGHT TO AGADIR | HARRISON ROACH IN MOROCCO

Harrison Roach | Morocco

Harrison Roach | Morocco

Under the unforgiving cliff faces lay peeling waves…one after another. Unridden walls, pushed and thrown by a howling offshore and shadowed by a dry desert landscape. Created by powerful, Atlantic ocean ground swells these walls track towards land, becoming intense and perfect by the time they reach the western coastline.

The Last Flight to Agadir is a SurfStitch short film, directed and shot by Andrew Gough featuring surfer Harrison Roach chasing a far fetched but much dreamt about swell in Northern Africa.

Presented by – SurfStitch & Deus Ex Machina

Cinematography & Edit – Andrew Gough
Colourist – Mark Desiatov
Soundtrack – Wish Someone Would Care by Irma Thomas
Narration – Boilers Ahmed
Accomodation – Paradise Plague

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Growing up in New Jersey, Shawn discovered and quickly immersed himself in the sub-culture of surfing and skateboarding in the mid 80’s. With a diverse and eclectic background, Shawn has walked the path of a competitive surfer, Hare Krsna monk, action sports industry player in NYC, DIY theology and religions major, and a touring punk rock musician. Now a father and self-proclaimed seeker of the “soul” of surfing, Shawn enjoys sessions with friends at uncrowded peaks along his home state’s shoreline and writing about his surf related experiences.

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