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    • Carts Of Darkness

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      Showcasing the poverty that exists on the streets of Vancouver in everyday life Carts of Darkness puts to light a different look on street life. Filmmaker Murray Siple portrays this life as so much more than the conventional image created and drilled into our minds by the mainstream media. A real eye-opener this film may alter your perspective on poverty and the innocent people who fall victim to it each year.

      Siple takes the viewers deep into the lives of men who have transformed their main source of income, bottle-picking in the exciting sport of shopping cart racing. The drivers of these carts use a combination of their weight and one foot to control these carts. They claim to haveĀ  reached speeds as high as 70 km/h. Siple showcases the appeal for the extreme sport and the dangers that go along with racing these carts down the steep hills of Northern Vancouver.

      Carts of Darkness is shot in high-definition. It features music from, Vetiver, Alan Boyd of Little Sparta, Ladyhawk, and Black Mountain, making it a great soundtrack.

      A former director of extreme sports videos, Siple portrays the sport of cart racing in an engaging and exciting way. A must-see for extreme enthusiasts.

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      Published on January 26, 2009 · Filed under: Lifestyle, Society
    • Stein Monteiro

      Beautiful.

    • PapaJu

      what a beautiful way to live life. Priceless…

    • cheekymaori

      amazingly moving, poignant and heartfelt
      the music was fantastically complimentary to the soul of the subject
      i wish there were more documentaries like this – i rate this a 5 trolleys out of 5!

    • cody

      That was just awesome!

    • I grew up in North Vancouver and I think it is the most beautiful place in Canada. This video is fabulous but it doesn't do the hills of North Van any justice. I can't fathom Flying down Mountain Highway or Keith road on a bike at 65km an hour let alone the ass end of a shopping cart!
      Definitely a fabulous Doc.

    • amazing! way to go guys!

      Jase.

    • Alex

      Amazing video… 5/5

    • leslie

      beautiful film, all the way through.

    • eli

      loved it.

    • NorthShore Kid

      great documentary, I remember seeing these guys ripping down 3rd street hill, didn't know they did it as a "sport." I wonder if these guys are still around.