In Venice, California in the mid '70s, the sport of surfing brought together a group of teenagers from a rough neighborhood. Riding the waves at the Pacific Ocean Park pier, a graveyard of a former amusement park, the boys from 'Dogtown' joined the skate team (or Z-Boys). Known for their aggressive style, awe-inspiring moves and hard street attitude, the Z-Boys spent mornings surfing and afternoons skateboarding. Taking the death-defying moves of surfing and applying them to skateboarding, the Z-Boys became overnight sensations -- local legends -- and revolutionized the art of skateboarding, transforming youth culture forever.
- 1 hr 55 minPG13HDSD
- Jun 3, 2005