Between the Lines DVD available



Pure Frustration Productions is happy to announce that BETWEEN THE LINES, THE TRUE STORY OF SURFERS AND THE VIETNAM WAR is now available on DVD.

Narrated by acclaimed writer and director JOHN MILIUS (Apocalypse Now-Big Wednesday), BETWEEN THE LINES explores the Vietnam War through the prism of the surfing sub-culture. This documentary film offers unique insight into the dramatic effect that the Vietnam War and draft had on young American men.



betweenthelinesmovieBETWEEN THE LINES is the winner of the Best Documentary at the 2009 X-Dance Film Festival in Park City Utah.

After viewing BETWEEN THE LINES for the first time, Vietnam Medal of Honor recipient John P. Baca had this to say about the film;

“An untold perspective to the choices and challenges that faced America’s young men during the Vietnam War era. Even a pacifist wonders how he would react in combat”.

For further information about the film and to purchase the DVD and companion book online go to

The DVD can also be purchased at surf shops everywhere. Other distribution outlets will be announced soon.


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