Skateboarders get out of a van. Scenes transition quickly, showing different groups of
Slideshow of skateboarders plays.
Skateboarder [offscreen]: “Yeah, I mean, you know, I don’t think it matters where you come from, I don’t think it matters what your background is, ethnicity or anything like that. Once you get hooked on skateboarding it’s hard to not become passionate about it.”
Logo “GREENLAND FILMS MTN DEW” flashes on screen.
Logo “BRAINFARM” flashes on screen.
Logo “DUBAI” flashes on screen.

Footage transitions between scenes of skateboarders in urban settings.
Skateboarder [offscreen]: I spent hours and hours and hours trying to figure out how to flip this board, how do I land that, and it’s just like you don’t want to move on with your life until you finally land that trick. Eventually your body will be like I’m done for today but your mind never stops.
Skateboarder [offscreen]: Skateboarding is everywhere, you know, you can’t really avoid it nowadays. Certain people don’t understand the art, what we are really doing at these places, and they want to stop us.
Footage of police harassing skateboarders, transitioning to closeup of locks being cut, then skateboarders on a bridge.
Skateboarder [offscreen]: I think that skateboarding brings people together and overcomes boundaries, you can feel skateboarding is an art. It is contagious, we have an epidemic on our hands.
Clips of streets filled with skateboarders plays with multiple settings.
Skateboarder [offscreen]: I’m very grateful for the career I’ve had and position I’m in within skateboarding. I just at the point I want to do something meaningful. This is a one of a kind film, and you get to grow with all these different, creative characters. All these guys represent the full dedication it takes to make whatever your dream is come true. These guys live that.
Footage of skateboard stunts.
Skateboarder [offscreen]: They want freedom, they want to feel like they are living their lives to the best of their ability and they can move forward and exhibit happiness.
Footage of skateboarders falling and hurting themselves, but eventually succeeding.
Skateboarder [offscreen]: That determination and stubbornness to try a trick you’ve seen in your mind at a certain spot, and try it over and over and over and get beaten up and you throw your board, you’re frustrated, screaming and yelling, and each time you go home with your tail between your legs, But then you just know… when you meet any skateboarder no matter who they are across the world, you have that relationship, because oh you skate, it’s like an unsaid thing.
Vocal music begins to play. More footage of skateboarders all over the world.
Skateboarder [offscreen]: We don’t really *____* language, we have skateboarding.
Skateboarder [offscreen]: This wooden plank man, it’s helped me meet people all over the world.
Skateboarder [offscreen]: Skateboarding is that blood, you know, that bond.
Skateboarder [offscreen]: Regardless of what you do, if you skate contests, if you skate street, you skate vert ramps, you used to skate but now you work, we are all brothers we are family. That’s it, that’s the story.
Final scene of Los Angeles at sunset and camera pulls back.
The words “WE ARE BLOOD COMING AUG 15” flash on the screen.