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Inspirational skateboarding documentary
« on: October 16, 2012, 12:24:46 AM »
Skateboarding Documentary about Estonian skateboarder - Sergei Zorin.

Cant wait for the full video! The trailer looks really promising.


"Even in the hard times there is still space for dreams. Sergei Zorin is a 20-?‐year-?‐old skateboarder who has a dream to go to Barcelona-?‐ the capital of skateboarding.

Sergei lives in extreme poverty and has a strange personality and ideas. Despite his hard economic position he is every day in the skateboarding hall practicing with passion. For some tricks he is the only person in Estonia who can make them. His worldview and goal in life is still not clear for us.

Aside from Sergei story, there is a story of Estonian skateboarding overall.
When it started? What does it mean to young Estonian guys and girls? Is there some future in this sport?


Documentary by Juhani S?rglep"


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Re: Inspirational skateboarding documentary
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2012, 01:25:17 AM »
They have an indoor Skatepark in Talinn:
http://www.gruuvi.ee/keskus/skatepark/

With the simple session they have one of the major European Contests with Pro Skateboarders from Worldwide there:
http://www.session.ee/2011/skatepark/
http://www.session.ee/splash/

Estonia is in the European Union.
They have the Euro.
Its an democracy.
With an economic growth of 5-10% Estonia is one of fastest growing Areas in Europe.
not like Spain (Barcelona- his dream) with an youth unemployment from 53%!!!

Dont get my wrong i dont want to life in Estonia - but there are harder places to survive as an Skateboarder.

That video sounds like shit and isnt inspirational, it about a crybaby.
Go work, you have enough work in Estonia, so you can earn money and buy a bus ticket
http://www.eurolines.com/en/
From Estonia to Germany 10h ride for less then 100 Euro.
Germany Barcelona 12h Bus ride for less then 100 Euro.

in less then 3 Days you have reached your Dream you are making a documentary from....

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Re: Inspirational skateboarding documentary
« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2012, 01:44:13 AM »
or get a cheap flight - comes for less than 200...

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Re: Inspirational skateboarding documentary
« Reply #3 on: October 16, 2012, 01:53:46 AM »
They have an indoor Skatepark in Talinn:
http://www.gruuvi.ee/keskus/skatepark/

With the simple session they have one of the major European Contests with Pro Skateboarders from Worldwide there:
http://www.session.ee/2011/skatepark/
http://www.session.ee/splash/

Estonia is in the European Union.
They have the Euro.
Its an democracy.
With an economic growth of 5-10% Estonia is one of fastest growing Areas in Europe.
not like Spain (Barcelona- his dream) with an youth unemployment from 53%!!!

Dont get my wrong i dont want to life in Estonia - but there are harder places to survive as an Skateboarder.

That video sounds like shit and isnt inspirational, it about a crybaby.
Go work, you have enough work in Estonia, so you can earn money and buy a bus ticket
http://www.eurolines.com/en/
From Estonia to Germany 10h ride for less then 100 Euro.
Germany Barcelona 12h Bus ride for less then 100 Euro.

in less then 3 Days you have reached your Dream you are making a documentary from....
wat

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Re: Inspirational skateboarding documentary
« Reply #4 on: October 16, 2012, 02:02:38 AM »
or get a cheap flight - comes for less than 200...

you are right - i found a chap flight over www.ryanair.com
at 22. Oct from Tallinn 11.55  to Barcellona 14:40 in less then 3 hours his dream came true - inclusive Tax 48,99 its one day
of hard work.

survival in barca is easy there are soo many Skateboards everybody and his brother will help an young talent
on his way to Pro Status. Just call the DC Embassy.

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Re: Inspirational skateboarding documentary
« Reply #5 on: October 16, 2012, 02:16:12 AM »
They have an indoor Skatepark in Talinn:
http://www.gruuvi.ee/keskus/skatepark/

With the simple session they have one of the major European Contests with Pro Skateboarders from Worldwide there:
http://www.session.ee/2011/skatepark/
http://www.session.ee/splash/

Estonia is in the European Union.
They have the Euro.
Its an democracy.
With an economic growth of 5-10% Estonia is one of fastest growing Areas in Europe.
not like Spain (Barcelona- his dream) with an youth unemployment from 53%!!!

Dont get my wrong i dont want to life in Estonia - but there are harder places to survive as an Skateboarder.

That video sounds like shit and isnt inspirational, it about a crybaby.
Go work, you have enough work in Estonia, so you can earn money and buy a bus ticket
http://www.eurolines.com/en/
From Estonia to Germany 10h ride for less then 100 Euro.
Germany Barcelona 12h Bus ride for less then 100 Euro.

in less then 3 Days you have reached your Dream you are making a documentary from....
wat

i just want to say your hometown isnt that bad. compared with whole afrika, south america, arabia and some
places in the middle west of USA... just skating wise.
And making a living in Estonia is right now not harder then in Spain.
I think if you really try to build up something (not a Pro Skateboarding career) you have more possibilities
in Estonia then in Spain.

And if you really try to become Pro Skateboarder you need to go to California and 1000 Kids are 1000 times better then you.
12 year old Kids doing tripple gaytwists in the mega ramp, thats the standard.

There is no relevant Pro Skateboarder LIVING in Barcellona they only spend some month there to produce some photos and having a good time.

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Re: Inspirational skateboarding documentary
« Reply #6 on: October 16, 2012, 12:14:56 PM »
Besides, the beer is super cheap and Estonia is FULL of hot natural blondes with loose morals. Absolutely nothing to complain about.

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Re: Inspirational skateboarding documentary
« Reply #7 on: October 16, 2012, 04:17:33 PM »
Relax guys.. This isn't real. It's only a joke.



It's only a joke, right?!