Chasing the Horizon

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Chasing the Horizon
Chasing the horizon film poster.jpg
The movie poster for Chasing the Horizon.
Directed by Markus Canter
Mason Canter
Produced by Markus Canter
Mason Canter
Written by Markus Canter
Mason Canter
Starring Milo Brown
Jeff Lloyd
Toby O'Mara
Music by Craig Bradford
Adam Hamilton
Distributed by Flying Canter Brothers Productions
Release dates April 26, 2006
Running time 88 mins.
Language English
Budget $1,000,000 (estimated)

Chasing the Horizon is a 2006 documentary film. The film was written, produced, and directed by Markus and Mason Canter, popularly known as the Flying Canter Brothers. The film features a trio of men that are getting ready for the upcoming Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 off-road race.

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Chasing the Horizon takes a look at a team's preparation for the Tecate SCORE Baja 1000, one of the most grueling off-road racing events in the world. It is known as such because of the extreme conditions which the race is set in, the length of the race, and spectators have even been known to set up booby traps on the course for their own entertainment. The team that the film takes a look at is a rookie trio called Team Horizon. Milo Brown is an ex-con and junkyard owner but is also the team's captain. Jeff Lloyd was once a homeless man who went on to become a millionaire and racecar driver. Toby O'Mara serves as the team chief mechanic and co-driver but he is also a plumber. The three men come together and form a sort of dysfunctional family to compete in this grand event. The film takes a look at the ups and downs of the crews experiences in the days that lead up to the actual race and the viewer sees moments of laughter and comedy but also times of sadness.

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