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KVIFF 2018: Skateboarding vs Communism in Superb 'King Skate' Doc

King Skate Documentary Review

“Stick close to the concrete. Jam through the space. Keep it moving.” Skateboarding is not just a sport, its a means of expression, a way to liberate yourself and be truly free. To ride where you’re not supposed to ride, to act the way you want to act, without anyone telling you how to be or what to do. There have been many skateboarding documentaries over the years previously, but this new one is a superb look at the early days of skateboarding in the country formerly known as Czechoslovakia. King Skate is a Czech documentary made by Simon Safránek, his first feature film, and it’s packed with a mesmerizing selection of archival footage looking back at how skating became immensely popular in the 1970s & 1980s in this closed-off country. As expected, there’s a rad punk soundtrack to compliment all the footage making it an intoxicating experience. ›››

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