In surfing, "hanging" means putting ten toes over the nose in the supreme act of finely honed edgework, the hang ten. To hang ten means to hang your hide out in full screaming trim down-the-line commitment with no leash and no net. It's a tightrope jig over the abyss-dancing stylishly on the edge of disaster. Welcome to Ira Opper's newest film, Hang. Featuring the elite of modern day longboarding, Hang is a multi-year, round-the-globe expedition that pays homage to six modern Meccas of state-of-the-art longboarding; an exciting investigation into the Manifest Destiny of the Longboard Cult. Filmed on location in Hawaii, Samoa, Australia, Indonesia, Costa Rica and California, Hang features on-the-beach lifestyle and a wide screen, hi-res film experience so wet you'll have to shake the spray out of your eyes.