Graham puts a lot of miles on his bike though Uruguay, Argentina & Paraguay, meeting friendly police officers, getting wet under the massive Puerto Iguazu Falls and finding a rather odd “toilet of the month.” Brainrotting ep. 14
Graham crams a lot of travel time into his latest video of South America. He tells a cohesive story of motorcycle touring through this region. But when does a video include too much? When should a travel video be broken down into several smaller reels telling more concise stories? Each story is different, and the amount of time and footage needed to tell each story varies with the story you want to tell. Graham is telling a story about life on the road, using imagery from the many regions to illustrate constant motion. For a more intimate view of a place, the pace of the film often gets slowed down to let the details tell the story.