In God's Hands (film)

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In God's Hands (1998) is a film by Zalman King released through Sheen Michaels Entertainment a production company created by actor Charlie Sheen and Bret Michaels. The basic story is of three young surfers on a roller coaster action tour of the globe's most exotic and dangerous surfing spots. They travel to Madagascar, Mexico, Bali and Hawai'i seeking the ultimate wave, a 40-foot force of nature that travels at speeds up to 35 miles per hour.

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