Monday, 15 October 2018

Arctic Lights

Professional snowboarder Antti Autti is dependent on snowboarding. For Antti, it is a passion, but for his closest ones, it is an obsession. He has been chasing snow and mountains at the expense of everything else. But when does an absolute dedication, for one thing, start to take a toll on other important things in life? To figure this out, Antti decides to spend the whole season closer to home in Lapland and see if he can discover balance in life.

Arctic Lights documentary follows Autti´s season in the mountains and fells of the North and ponders if it is possible for a professional athlete to find the balance between career and home.

You can rent or buy the full documentary here

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