That of course is the big question and one that we explore near the end of the film. The challenge for anyone who accomplishes stardom at a young age—and particularly with athletes, is dealing with the reality of “what’s next?” I don’t want to give anything away here, but as you will see we confront that question briefly—though head-on, in the film. The problem facing professional windsurfers, regardless of where they are from in the world, or how successful they have been, is the lack of money in the sport, and therefore the lack of a nest egg the athletes can accumulate for their post-competitive career. However, what they have accomplished, the many they have inspired, the lives they have changed, the sport they have changed, none of that goes away. And like Elvis Martinus and Patun Saragoza, we wouldn’t be surprised if the Bonaire boys continue to be beacons of light and mentors for the young kids on Bonaire, continuing to work with the windsurfing businesses on Lac Bay, continuing to work with manufacturers such as Starboard to design new products, and by their infectious personalities to continue to spread hope among the disenfranchised youth of their island and, through our film, the world.