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The Ordinary Skier: Poor Boyz Productions

HD   Not Rated Closed Captioning SDH

Constantine Papanicolaou

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About the Movie

For Seth Morrison, skiing is much more than a sport or job, it's a way of life. It's not a privilege he was born with; it's a passion he discovered on his own. Through hard work and dedication, Morrison has become one of the best skiers in the world. The Ordinary Skier traces his journey from the middle class suburbs of Chicago to the Colorado Rockies and into the underground ski-bum subculture that would eventually become Freeskiing. This is the story of how a collection of misfits turned an elite sport upside down, and how an ordinary kid chased his dream and became one of skiing's most iconic heroes.

Customer Reviews

Fantastic

I finally had a chance to watch it and it was great! Like other reviews said, if you are looking for ski-porn then this isn't the right movie for you but if you're a Seth fan then it's amazing. Oh, and the credits begin at 1:12 so there is quite a bit of advertising at the end...though if you watch the movie you'll realize that it is a business.

The Ordinary Skier

I enjoyed the scenery and characters (real) in the movie. The blend of artist, art and athletics was interesting.

100 minutes of talking, 10 minutes of skiing et a 20 minutes of Oakley pub. What is the aim of film

Extra boting.zzzzzz.

The Ordinary Skier: Poor Boyz Productions
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  • $12.99
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Released: 2011

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