PORTLAND, OREGON - Apparently, the natives are restless.
Reports from the green tea ice cream capital of the world indicate that a theater full of telemark fans turned sour and unruly during last Thursday's screening of "The Lost Season," the fourth film from Unparalleled productions.
According to one attendee, the abundance of rail-sliding telemark footage (and lack of "standard powder porn") drew an increasing stream of hisses and boos from the crowd. "It had to be embrasssing for the sponsors," he said. "But it could have been the alcohol."
Fortunately, cooler heads prevailed. During a emergency safety meeting, the decision was made to retreat to a neutral corner and watch a proven favorite ... "Sinners," the glorious ski flick from the mind of Bill Heath. Solid decision.
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