"A 16mm Film by Johnny Decesare"08 September 200252 mins
From the company that brought you "Propaganda," the "Peoples Choice" winner at ESPN's Action Sports & Music Awards, comes a movie that captures the very embodiment of progressive skiing. Now is a time for blending style with innovation, speed with grace, veteran with rookie and backcountry with urban. Experience the revolution, where athletes push themselves beyond the edge of the imaginable taking you to skiing's core culture. We live in extraordinary times and you can experience them. These are "Happy Dayz."
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