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Jake Cornish was snowboarding in Nendaz, Switzerland when he was caught in an avalanche. He was dragged a mile through a forest and shattered both his arms. Had it not been for his friend Angus, he probably would have been dead. 5 years on and filled with nuts, bolts and a layer of scars Jake is still riding. This is a story about him and why he rides.
This is a new look at a snowboard film and we're not about keeping to convention. Both from a narrative and cinematic standpoint, ours is a film with a different perspective that offers substance to match the style.
Featuring: Jake Cornish
Director: Ismar Badzic
Camera: George Simpson & Ismar Badzic
Original Score: Dominic Sewell
Music: Sam Hanlan & Nick Perri
Production Company: Button Up Productions Ltd