Cast: Lucas Brunelle
Director: Benny Zenga
Genre: Sports, Documentary
Running Time: 60 minutes
Line of Sight is the inside story of underground bike racing - a rare view into the riding of some of the best urban athletes in a sport that has become a global phenomenon. The "edge of your seat" footage, all filmed by the simultaneously adored and controversial Lucas Brunelle, will leave the audience astonished.
Line Of Sight presents a view of urban landscapes that never existed before Lucas Brunelle put on his self-made helmet cam and followed these bold racers, including shots from places between cars and trucks that we never knew existed. The core of these racers are bicycle messengers, who use their intimate local knowledge and vehicle-dodging expertise to set an exhilarating pace.
When Director Benny Zenga turns the camera back onto the enigmatic Lucas Brunelle and focuses 10 years of footage of the world's fastest riders in exotic places and cities, the result is the ultimate documentary on street racing - and a world tour of the urban jungles of New York City to the real jungles of Central America, from the narrow maze of London streets to the Great Wall of China. Lucas Brunelle's influence on the bike movement has been global, inspiring people all over the world to ride. His films have been hugely popular at the annual Bicycle Film Festival which tours to five continents. He also finds a huge audience online where the attention can sometimes turn against him by the numerous hateful comments.
Line Of Sight