If you browse through the comment section of the Vimeo or Newschoolers page on which this legendary video resides, you'll find dozens of posts along these lines:

These comments are exactly how I felt the first time I watched the segment and the 80 or so subsequent times that I've re-watched this glorious segment. The movie as a whole is an incredible urban journey through the trials and tribulations that Stept is so adept at showing and although this segment kicks off the movie, it stands out as the pinnacle moment in the timeline, and sets the tone for the rest of Mutiny.

Clayton's follow up project, FIVE, was equally impressive in terms of tricks simply couldn't match the hype that his Mutiny part had generated. All in all, I think we speak for the majority of skiers in backing this part as one of the greatest movie segments in skiing history.

http://www.newschoolers.com/videos/watch/692101/Clayton-Vila-MUTINY-Edit


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