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An underwater viewpoint

By Mike Gordon

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 03, 2013

~~<p>The action in Jack McCoy's newest surf film, &quot;A Deeper Shade of Blue,&quot; is stunning and the waves both beautiful and gigantic. But none of those reasons apply to why you want to see this film, which McCoy has called the pinnacle of his 40-year career as a surf cinematographer.</p>
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<td><em> For complete movie listings and schedules, see <a span="" style="color: #0000FF;" href="http://bit.ly/YkTzaU" target="_blank">today&rsquo;s TGIF</a>. </em></td>
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<p>Instead, see the film to experience a unique underwater perspective that follows the surfers overhead, thanks to a Seabob underwater scooter that whisked McCoy between the coral reef and the coiling waves.</p>
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The action in Jack McCoy's newest surf film, "A Deeper Shade of Blue," is stunning and the waves both beautiful and gigantic. But none of those reasons apply to why you want to see this film, which McCoy has called the pinnacle of his 40-year career as a surf cinematographer. For complete movie listings and schedules, see today’s TGIF.

Instead, see the film to experience a unique underwater perspective that follows the surfers overhead, thanks to a Seabob underwater scooter that whisked McCoy between the coral reef and the coiling waves. Login for more...



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