Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Yeah, I know, it first came out a while ago so it's old news but in another way it's timeless. Delivered in 6 episodes--the first three have just hit YouTube--it tells a common paintball story, a story nearly every dedicated competitive player has experienced at least once. Beyond the dream of playing pro paintball the same questions remain; the same drive and desire. Do I have what it takes? What am I willing to do, to give up, to succeed? The Roster: Season 2 tells that story for the 2013 World Cup champion San Antonio X-Factor and a group of hopeful players who came from all around the southeast United States to give it their all in an effort to make the roster. In a visual landscape dominated by disconnected short attention span "action" clips Dan Napoli and crew deliver a meaningful story that resonates with players and non-players alike because it's not just a paintball story, it's a human story. If you missed it the first time around--or even if you've seen it--catch episode one at ETV brought to you by Planet Eclipse. Better yet, you can purchase the whole feature with lots of extras from Vimeo On Demand. It's a worthwhile addition to any paintball video library. And in case you were concerned I might dominate the proceedings you can breath a sigh of relief--I ignored the cameras and they, for the most part, ignored me too--so you have no reason not to enjoy The Roster.
Posted by Baca Loco at 3:03 PM