The Adventures of Captain Jack Sparrow

“Better to not know which moment may be your last. Every morsel of your entire being alive to the infinite mystery of it all”
— Jack Sparrow

Real heroes are almost always antiheroes and there are few better than Captain Jack Sparrow. These are the tales of his quests. Not always idealistic and often morally ambiguous, Jack, in the end, still manages to do what is right and saves the day.

There is a sense of adventure. Being nostalgically drawn back in time to an age when ships sailed using the wind and the world was still a much bigger, more mysterious place. An almost narcotic sense of exploration and possibility and the rewards that come from it.

Pirates are so intriguing because they represent a rebellious freedom. The freedom to explore and live according to one’s own wishes. To answer to no one and be true to one’s own self. That is the freedom we chase when watching the Pirates of the Caribbean.