Limit Break

  • Client NameSpirit Juice Studios

  • Date2013

  • CategoryShort Film

The brothers skated for 7 years as teenagers, but felt their vocation was religious life. They were prepared to abandon their passion for skateboarding to live a life of Poverty, Chastity, and Obedience as Friars of the Immaculate. Six years after becoming Friars and having not skated, they were given obedience to obtain a skateboard and go to the skatepark once a week – to “preach the gospel at all times, when necessary, use words” as Saint Francis stated. Friar Gabriel explains that God has so many ways of using peoples talents to give Him glory. Skateboarding allows the Friars to help others see the compatibility of exercising the body as well as the soul. Friar Didacus reflects that if he had always tried to live in a state of grace growing up, he would have been far better at skating and enjoyed it much more- because his mind would have been clear and at peace.

Director, DP, Editor – Danny Hidalgo
Camera Operators – Rob Kaczmark, Kyle Escamilla, Anthony Michal, Danny Hidalgo
Sound – Manuel Lopez III
Producers – Danny Hidalgo, Rob Kaczmark, Bernie Czerwinski
Motion Graphics – Darrin Dick
Still Photography – Laura Hidalgo