2012 Ski Movie Reviews: Chaoz Productions – Turbulent Flow

2012 Ski Movie Reviews: Chaoz Productions – Turbulent Flow

Chaoz Productions of Norway has officially staked its claim on the map with Turbulent Flow, the company’s fifth film. Headed up by director Eivind Aurstad, Chaoz has been on the rise for the past few years; the latest film is without a doubt its best to date. Between massive kicker sessions in Åre, Sweden and Folgefonna, Norway to the dramatic peaks of Kåfjord and the Lyngen Alps, the film displays a blend of park skiing and big-mountain shredding. The big-mountain segments are particularly thrilling. The aforementioned locales feature stunning mountains that drop straight into the ocean—it’d be worth watching the movie just to see the scenery in itself. To see Dennis Kisvoll and Karsten Gefle absolutely rip their way from T-to-B is just an added bonus. The park segments feature the likes of Kim Boberg, Øystein Bråten, PC Foose, Thomas Dolplads, Ane Enderud, Lars Haakon Hafsal, Gaute Silseth and Vegard Øye—a true Scandinavian force to be reckoned with.

Website: www.chaoz.no
Facebook: /chaozproductions
Twitter: n/a
Trailer Page: vimeo.com/46535820
Runtime: 40 min
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 Official Trailer: Chaoz Productions presents Turbulent Flow



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