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Freeriders (1998)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Sport | 11 October 1998 (USA)
Join the best freeriders on the planet like Candide Thovex, JP Auclair, and Suzanne Sawyer as they take you on a ski trip from Mexico to Greece and even to the top of a volcano.


Brian Sisselman


Warren Miller, Brian Douglas (contributing writer) | 4 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Warren Miller ... Narrator (voice)
Greg Harms Greg Harms ... Athlete
Bob Rankin Bob Rankin ... Athlete
Dave Swanwick Dave Swanwick ... Athlete
Tim Carlson Tim Carlson ... Athlete
Scott Kauf Scott Kauf ... Athlete
Jeremy Nobis Jeremy Nobis ... Athlete
Curtis Tischler Curtis Tischler ... Athlete
Jim Conway Jim Conway ... Athlete
Brant Moles Brant Moles ... Athlete
Suzanne Montgomery Suzanne Montgomery ... Athlete
Chris Anthony Chris Anthony ... Athlete
Bill Hudson Bill Hudson ... Athlete
Endre Lovaas Endre Lovaas ... Athlete
Jason Shutz Jason Shutz ... Athlete


Are you feeling cooped up working inside at a desk all day? Well break free and become a true Freerider. Come learn how from some of the best freeriders on the planet like Candide Thovex, JP Auclair, Suzanne Sawyer, Jonny Moseley, and tons more. Ski down the side of a volcano, take a trip across the pond to London, journey through the deserts of Mexico, and take a cruise along the shores of Greece and discover what it's like to be a true Freerider.

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The beauty without the beast
26 December 2001 | by =G=See all my reviews

Inveterate ski enthusiast and chronicler Warren Miller cranks out another 90 minutes of some of the most exciting skiing anywhere in "Freeriders" 1998. On the upside, the film transports the viewer to the best slopes in the Western hemisphere where the camera captures the numbing excesses of hotdogging skiers, snow boarders, and people going downhill on everything from shovels to kayaks. On the downside, "Freeriders" tends to put the best possible face on a brutal, body breaking sport as it treats the pristine beauty of virgin powder with reverence while ignoring the wonders of the human body which the sport puts in constant jeopardy. This film will be a visual feast for skiers and wannabees even though it is not a realistic documentary on X-treme skiing and boarding.

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11 October 1998 (USA) See more »

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Alpental, Washington, USA See more »


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$264,548, 25 October 1998

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