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The Seth Morrison documentary ‘The Ordinary Skier’ is anything but your ordinary ski movie. Light on the expected clips of Seth hucking backflips off cliffs and heavy on an introspective look at life through the eyes of a living legend, the movie has the ski world a buzz just a few stops into it’s 30+ city tour with Poor Boyz Productions. Check out the accompanying gallery to view some of the exquisite photography generated during the two-year endeavor that was the making of ‘The Ordinary Skier.’
Brace yourself. The Ordinary Skier is here. Legendary skier Seth Morrison’s epic new documentary, presented by Oakley’s 1242 Productions and Director Constantine “CP” Papanicolaou, will be unveiled at the King Cat Theatre in Seattle, WA on September 9. To be premiered in conjunction with Poor Boyz Production’s premiere of their own film, The Grand Bizarre, The Ordinary Skier is set to dazzle the industry. Offering a magnificent glimpse into Seth Morrison’s present, future and storied past, the documentary – shot over two years – will certainly serve as a tribute to the brilliance of the industry innovator. “I wanted the film to show that you can make whatever you want to out of yourself,” Seth said. “That whatever it is, if it’s driven by passion and you work hard enough, anything can happen.”
Lo and behold…Oakley and 1242 Productions’ “The Ordinary Skier” Trailer 2 is dropping right here, right now. Check it. 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.