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Judgement Call | Full Movie

by TwoBees.Media
Oct 2015 - 4.7K views

The idea came from the mystery of our intentions when practicing our beloved sport, urban skiing. Following in the same direction as our previous movie, ?Risky Business?, ?Judgement Call? shows how the mind of the athletes is always on the edge of lacking judgement, making it easy to cross the line. This winter was entirely dedicated to our lack of judgement in all aspects of life. It goes from relationships, health and education to our urban spots and vision.
All that said, we had an amazing winter with the best crew and the best vibes. This movie hopefully will show you how sometimes, lacking judgement can lead you to the great unexpected, and sometimes not so great.

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Judgement Call | Full Movie

by TwoBees.Media
Oct 2015 - 4.7K views

The idea came from the mystery of our intentions when practicing our beloved sport, urban skiing. Following in the same direction as our previous movie, ?Risky Business?, ?Judgement Call? shows how the mind of the athletes is always on the edge of lacking judgement, making it easy to cross the line. This winter was entirely dedicated to our lack of judgement in all aspects of life. It goes from relationships, health and education to our urban spots and vision.
All that said, we had an amazing winter with the best crew and the best vibes. This movie hopefully will show you how sometimes, lacking judgement can lead you to the great unexpected, and sometimes not so great.