" Ranging from asking a girl out to surviving on a desert island, the boys are always doing something different.
It tells the story of four friends who make a list of 100 things to do before they die and their journey across North America to accomplish it.
The film was shot in locales throughout Canada and the United States including: British Columbia, California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Texas and Washington, D. In 2007 The Buried Life was offered a television show in Canada but ultimately turned it down citing they were not willing to give up creative control of the project.
After originally failing in their attempts to play basketball against the President, in the spring of 2010 The Buried Life finally crossed off Playing Basketball with Obama during a visit to the White House.
In October 2010 The Buried Life set the record for the largest roulette spin in Vegas history making a bet of $250,000 on black at The Golden Gate Casino.
The previous record was set at $135,000 by radio personality Howard Stern.
In February 2011 The Buried Life were Nominated for the 15th annual Prism Awards.
The series features Duncan Penn, Jonnie Penn, Ben Nemtin, and Dave Lingwood attempting to complete a list of "100 things to do before you die." The pilot episode aired on January 18, 2010, and the show was renewed for a second season in 2010.
On Oct 25, 2011, The Buried Life announced they wouldn't be doing any more episodes of the show.
The project filmed its first full feature documentary in the summer months of 2006 (August) and 2007 (August to October).
The documentary is titled The Buried Life: What Do You Want To Do Before You Die?
" became a NYT #1 Best Seller, it remained on the list for 4 weeks.