(USA): October 12, 2000.Runtime: 42 min.
Willy Bogner's action-packed IMAX film, Ski to the Max consists of a series of sequences in which young athletes perform seemingly impossible stunts on skis, snowboards, and parasails. Ski to the Max was shot in Colorado, Alaska, Utah, Nevada and Arizona in the U.S. as well as the Himalayas in India and St. Moritz, Switzerland. Willy Bogner is an Olympic medal-winning skier, a filmmaker and a fashion designer. He competed in two Winter Olympics, winning a silver medal for the slalom in 1960; he directed dozens of films and shot skiing stunt sequences for four James Bond movies and he created a successful line of sports action wear in Europe.
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