A film released in 1995 by Supreme to push the envelope of the perception of skateboarding and specifically the notion that skate videos are more than home movies. The video combines non-traditional elements of frame rates other than 24 frames. The name of the film is also in reference to the John Coltrane album of the same name. It was filmed by Thomas Cambell who went on to become one of the most prolific filmmakers in the worlds of skateboarding and surfing. The film was also shot on Super8 film and features uncomfortable stretches where no skating happens at all. Instead, the music plays while the camera holds on the silhouette of a kissing couple or the out-of-focus headlights of New York City traffic. 

The videos is available today on Supreme's website. Linked here