Rewatched Ten and Two on my plane ride yesterday and noticed it said "Written by Tom Warnick"
First and foremost rest in peace to Tom, incredible style and funny dude, it's really tragic to see someone so full of potential surrounded by a game changing crew pass right before his friends literally changed the game forever. Maybe that's what drove them to achieve so much success in their niche of the sport. Who knows, but obviously shred in peace Tom, you were dope as hell.
But anyways, Tom actually died before that film was released, so when they say "Written by Tom Warnick", are they talking about the narrations in between segments? Or was the whole film just some sort of idea Tom had back in the day? I was just wondering what part was actually written by him, whether it was the whole concept behind the movie or just the narration or something else completely. I figured someone on here would know. Just a question that went over my head the first time I saw the movie.
Also, side note, rewatch Ten and Two, starting to agree with Dan that it's the best Stept flick. It would be easier to say if it had a Clayton segment, but everything about it was just so beautiful, and that goes beyond just the skiing. Pure art. At the end of the credits when they show the little video clip of Tom flexing his chains in front of the camera its impossible not to cry. 10/10.