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Dopamine- Absinthe Films

  PG HD

Justin Hostynek

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Plot Summary

Dopamine is a naturally occurring chemical in the brain that controls movement and reward. At the core of progressive snowboarding, it is movement and reward that provide a natural motivation for riders like Bode Merrill, Victor De Le Rue and Brandon Cocard to evolve and innovate. These explorers of mountain and mental landscapes led the charge this year, changing the definition of what can be done on a snowboard and changing the guard. From the Yukon, Valhallas, Monashees, Dolomites, and Pyrenees the Absinthe crew proves dopamine is free, but you have to get out there to earn it..!

Customer Reviews

DOPAMINE new Absinthe Films

Are you kidding me…this movie is snowboarding at it's purest and most progressive form! The grainy super 8 gives this film a personality that other digital movies are missing these days. Lot's of new spots, new talents as well as all time hero's such as Bode who is just going ballistic as well as Wolle Nyvelt, Cale Zima who has one of the best parts and tracks in the film.
The sound track is the smoothest in years. Victore de le Rue is the new hot shot from France…giving the film the right ender. Support these guys! One of the last true indy company out there!

Their best film yet!

That distinct Absinthe style, great footage, great riders and seriously richter street footage!! Had to give this one 5 stars!

Getting fired up for winter

This movie is not like the typical snowboard fluff that's out there. Everything from urban rails to big mountain lines with a genuine feel. Not overproduced like many others. All this and a soundtrack that doesn't make me want to cut myself.

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