Method Movie 2: Pure Action

Method Movie 2: Pure Action

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Method Movie 2: Pure Action

Method presents its second feature film, Method Movie II, in co-production with Red Bull Media House.

Captured during road trips across the European Alps, Russia, Bulgaria, Finland, Japan, California and beyond, the movie showcases segments from our selection of the most exciting and influential snowboarders on the planet. Filmed over the course of the ’16/’17 winter, Method Movie II pays homage to the traditional snowboard film, delivered in the raw style for which Method has built its legacy.

Featuring:
Dylan Alito, Max Zebe, Flo Corzelius, Len Jorgensen, Zebbe Landmark, Jordan Morse, David Djite, Brady Lem, Levi Luggen, Sven Thorgren, Sparrow Knox, Jye Kearney, Severin Van Der Meer, Roope Tonteri, Roland Morley-Brown and DCP.

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