Boarders
  • Directors(s)

    Annika Ranin

  • Production Year

    2020

  • Genre(s)

    Documentary

  • Approx. running minutes

    92m

  • Cast

    Sam Beckett, Jordan Thackeray, Alex Hallford, Alex Decunha

Film

Boarders

strong language

BOARDERS is a documentary following a group of British skateboarders on their journey towards Tokyo 2020, where for the first time skateboarding will be included as an Olympic sport.

  • Directors(s)

    Annika Ranin

  • Production Year

    2020

  • Genre(s)

    Documentary

  • Approx. running minutes

    92m

  • Cast

    Sam Beckett, Jordan Thackeray, Alex Hallford, Alex Decunha

language

There is use of strong language ('f**k'), middle finger gestures and use of milder terms ('shit', 'crap', 'piss', 'bloody', 'arse', 'God').


There are references to suicide and societal pressures contributing to poor mental health within the skating community. This includes poor job security, inability to maintain relationships due to travel commitments and increased risk of long-term injuries. The potential hazards of skateboarding are illustrated during a sequence in which a skater falls and fractures his ankle. His injuries are seen in photographs showing bruising and swelling, and in an x-ray image of the fracture. Another skater also shows images of injuries resulting from skateboarding.
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BoardersCinema92m 0sBohemia Media09/07/2021
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BoardersVOD/Streaming92m 0sMiracle Media19/07/2021
  • Classified date

    19/07/2021

  • Language

    English