One Ten - Two Forty

"One Ten: Two Forty" is a 1993 film by Brian Bleak.

"110:240" is a gimmick-free document of what modern surfing is today. Progressive, positive, pure, and clean.

The surfers of fortune represent this multifaceted movement.

Ride the nail, throw the tail; different avenues to the forefront. Some want world titles; others couldn't care less.

Daring drops at the Pipe Masters or being drawn by the unseen lines of an underground cholera-laden point break somewhere they can't remember.

Top 16, unknown local hero, or travel junkie; it doesn't matter.

It was one of the first surfer movies to make good use of point-of-view (POV) cameras in the lineup.

Starring Kelly Slater, Tom Carroll, Mark Bannister, Todd Morcom, Jeff Booth, Lisa Andersen, Jack Johnson, Makua Rothman, Ross Clarke-Jones, Larry Rios, Shawn Briley, Lance Hookano, and others.

Shot in France's Basque Country, Hossegor, Biarritz, La Barre, Velzyland, Florida, Costa Rica, and Hawaii.

Music by The Cruel Sea, Died Pretty, The Celibate Rifles, Beasts of Bourbon, and The Power Trio.

Running Time: 51 minutes.