Documentary   Australia

In the film "Missing," directed by Taylor Steele, ASP World Champion Mick Fanning embarks on a unique adventure alongside his friends John John Florence, Jordy Smith, Matt Wilkinson, and Tom Curren. The project takes Fanning out of the competitive surfing world and sends him off to various radical locations worldwide.

The film follows Fanning for 21 days as he travels to different destinations with only his passport, suitcase, and surfboard. The specific destinations are not disclosed, as Fanning is essentially given a blank boarding pass with no predetermined location to visit. This element adds an element of surprise and spontaneity to his journey.

Throughout the film, Fanning experiences the beauty and challenges of surfing in some of the most stunning and unconventional locations. From Africa and Ireland to Central America and Spain, viewers witness Fanning pushing his boundaries and embracing new experiences.

The surfing showcased in "Missing" is described as special, raw, and among the best captured on screen. Fanning's encounters with different waves, cultures, and landscapes are depicted, providing an immersive experience for the audience.

Overall, "Missing" offers a unique perspective on Fanning's life outside the competitive surfing scene. The film captures the transformative power of travel and the profound impact it has on Fanning's personal and professional life.
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