Last Call: A Look Back at Past TGR Films

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Welcome to Last Call. Dropping every Friday, this column serves as a wrap-up of our favorite stories and videos from the week—some old, some new, but all worthy of attention.

On the eve of TGR's Way of Life premiere, we’re using this week’s Last Call as a chance to showcase some of our favorite TGR flicks from the past.

Tangerine Dream

Tangerine Dream represents the true lifestyle of skiing and the passion that continues to change the face of the sport. The legendary orange truck is something almost all skiers can relate to. This movie is a classic. It's something that gets me stoked on what we all live for every time I watch it. Joni

This film ruins lives. Countless parents can thank Tangerine Dream for encouraging their children to forsake careers and shun standard definitions of adulthood. The film’s intro—set to Metallica’s “Fuel”—captures both the angst and excitement of building a life around chasing snow and living the dream. Mike

Anomaly

Anomaly, TGR's 2006 ski and snowboard release, showcases the freakish and abnormal abilities of the era’s top athletes. These athletes forged into a brave new world of riding in locations around the globe. The anomaly unfolds as Jeremy Jones touches the void in Alaska, Erik Roner completes his disturbing two-year vision, legends Seth Morrison and Jeremy Nobis trade lines on a boat trip in Canada, and Candide takes his unique style to AK. Heather

Under the Influence

Under The Influence shows just how much our riding is defined by the places and people we ride with. I remember seeing this trailer for the first time and it's what turned me on to Teton Gravity Research and the films the company produces. Wes

Way of Life

While looking back, it’s always good to keep one eye on the future. For a glimpse of tomorrow, check out Way of Life.

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