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Level 1 celebrates 10 years of production with Refresh, a visual and auditory tour through the history of freestyle ski entertainment. The most memorable moments from Level 1's past provide a background to the envelope-tearing stunts and butt-puckering big-mountain freestyle segments that make up the majority of this film. The Level 1 cast, as always, mixes familiar names with undiscovered talent for a sneak peek at tomorrow's superstar skiers.

  • Featuring: Tom Wallisch, Wiley Miller, Tanner Rainville, Duncan Adams, Phil Casabon, Henrik Harlaut, Mike Riddle, Josh Bibby, Liam Downey, Corey Vanular, Mike Hornbeck, Stefan Thomas, Will Wesson, Adam Delorme, Ahmet Dadali, JF Houle, Arnaud Rougier, Niklas Eriksson, and others
  • Music by: Caribou, Talib Kweli, Ghostface Killah, Little People, Zion I, Simian Mobile Disco, Juelz Santana, Diplo, and more

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5 5

awesome movie

Saw this premiere, and its right up there with every day is a saturday. Tons of good shots, especially the segment in Alaska. good if you like variety and not all park shots.

4 5

Solid Addition to the 09-10 film lineup

I wouldn't say it's hands down the best film of the year, but it's up there with swift.silent.deep, contrast, and wild stallions and I agree with Hans in saying it's better than Everyday and In Deep.

5 5

Best Ski Film of The Year

Better than Everyday is a Saturday and In Deep in my opinion. The big mountain scenes had the hair standing up on my back, and the rails had me blown out of my seat. I was really amazed with what Level 1 had put together. Also, the soundtrack was excellent, and Warren is a treat.

5 5

What a suprise

For me, winter doesn't truely start until I hear the voice of Warren Miller. So imagine my surprise when I heard him narrorating for Level 1. Even though there's a lot of rails and jibs in this movie (Im more of a Big Mountain/jump fan myself), the movie kept my attention and kept me entertained. Prolly not as good as some of the ones in the past (Realtime...Japan segment), this movie is very entertaining.