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And now the dirtiest video you will watch on the internet today (not that kind of dirty) – Mudfest is a documentary looking at an annual gathering of dirt-lovers in a small field in rural Wisconsin every June. What began 20 years ago as just something a bunch of friends did for fun has now grown into a major annual event, drawing in crowds of nearly 1600 people to watch the debauchery – souped up truck, tractors and quad bikes are driven through a flooded field, kicking up rivers of mud and showering both the drivers and spectators in the process. The documentary features interviews with some of the people behind the event, showing us both the work that goes into the vehicles during the build up as well as the mud-splashing event itself, shot in super-slow motion to capture the flying dirt in every direction.


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