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Oct. 8-25 2020
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A ceLebrAtION OF INdePeNdeNt cINeMA take a moment to reflect and answer this question: 2020 will be remembered as the year I _______________. 2020 will be remembered as the year where uncertainty is the new norm for everyone. It has been a year of challenges and heartache, a year of learning, listening and questioning what needs to change and how we can do better—as individuals, as organizations, as a community. 2020 will also be remembered as the year that our community stepped up in big ways. at a time when we have to be physically distanced, we understand that we have to remain connected. Our community came together to enjoy drivein movies this summer, gathered at a distance in tin Pan alley to share in a novel experience and logged in remotely to watch films through the Virtual tin Pan, because we know the value of art is to help heal and guide us through these uncertain times. You made it possible to embrace this year because of your open mind, love of the arts and dedication to a future when Bend thrives on every level. With a renewed sense of the importance of connection, we have found creative ways to watch films together and continue our rich legacy of celebrating independent film in Bend during the 2020 BendFilm Festival. after an enthusiastic community response during the summer’s drive-in series, we are thrilled to continue this timeless film-going experience for the Festival. With respect to the safety of our audiences and filmmakers, we will present the main Festival program virtually through our online platform, Eventive, which will open up the program for people to watch from the comfort of their home in Central Oregon and beyond. and more than $12,000 in cash prizes will be awarded to the hardworking filmmakers. We are embracing the uncertainty of this time and thank you for leaning in and being patient with our new normal. We will learn as we go, seek input from our audiences and listen to our filmmakers as they share their experience. as an organization dedicated to celebrating independent film, we can take a page from our filmmakers’ books and do things our own way.
todd Looby Executive Director
hOW-TO eXPerIeNce tHe FeStIvAL FrOM yOur cOucH Or FrOM yOur cAr. How to Stream Films: You can stream films on tVs and other devices using Eventive. Most BendFilm or tin Pan theater ticket-buyers have an Eventive account from past Festivals or recent tin Pan screenings. Some virtual films have limits on tickets just like limited seats in a theater. “Pre-Order” tickets to those must-see films to secure your spot. Once the films become available (see THE SCHEDULE page) you will have to “unlock” them and "start watching" prior to the end of the film’s scheduled run. Once starting, you will then have two days to finish watching on your tV or the device of your choice. You can stream Festival films on your tV using apple tV, Chromecast, Roku or by connecting your laptop computer to your TV via an HDMI cord. If using Roku or apple tV, add the Eventive “Channel” (or “app”). You will then be prompted to connect your Eventive account, which is easily done by following the instructions on your tV. Once connected, you must browse the Virtual Catalog on your computer or smartphone and “unlock” the films you want to watch. Once “unlocked,” those films will appear in the Eventive Channel on the Roku or appletV the next time you return to your couch. Once again you will have to click to start watching the film prior to the end of the film’s scheduled run and you will then have two more days to finish watching once you start. *note: You can also connect your apple tV to your iPhone, iPad or apple Computer using airplay. If you have Chromecast technology or a new smart tV, newer android phones and computers can “cast” the film content to your tV. Be sure to read the user friendly “need help?” page on the Eventive Virtual Festival site, “Test Your Device” and “Launch live Chat Support” if you need additional assistance. ALL AcceSS PASS ($275) • All virtual films & discussions • Drive-in access at no additional cost. (Must reserve a ticket in advance and must attend to avoid charges) • Virtual Happy Hour Film Chats • Opening Night and awards access • Festival goodie bag
vIrtuAL PASS ($100)
vIrtuAL tIcKetS ($5 - $50)
• Pay What • Access all You Can streaming tickets for films & virtual all streaming discussions films & • Advanced virtual window to buy discussions Drive-in tickets • Virtual Happy hour Film Chats • Discount on BendFilm 2021 pass
drIve-IN tIcKetS ($35) • $35 per car to attend Festival Drive-in screenings
visit bendfilm.org to browse the schedule and purchase tickets.
How to Attend the drive-in: You are strongly encouraged to purchase Festival Drive-in tickets in advance, as the limited capacity will encourage sellout screenings. Any Drive-in attendee that comes without a ticket will not be allowed in until all advanced sale ticket buyers enter. entry process: have your digital tickets uploaded on your phones or printed out to show parking staff upon entry. Smaller cars will be parked in the first three rows with larger/ taller cars or those with car top boxes in the back four rows. Sound info: Sound is streamed through car radios. the FM radio frequency will be shared on your ticket or as you enter the lot. Screen/picture quality: the BendFilm Festival gets a little nerdy about the presentation and quality of the picture, so guests will enjoy the 9,000 lumen projector. Safety guidelines: Please practice responsible physical distancing and stay in or next to your car during the film. Please wear a mask if you need to walk to the restrooms. Porta potties are available on site.
ThE FILMS cHecK Out tHe FeAture-LeNGtH FILMS ANd dOcuMeNtArIeS tHAt WILL be ScreeNING LIve ANd ON-deMANd durING tHe beNdFILM FeStIvAL tHIS yeAr. cLOSING NIGHt FILM
Directed by Jeanne Leblanc | 108 min. | Canada | Oregon Premiere
Directed by Jo Ardinger | 80 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere
a teenage girl in a small town in Quebec sets off a local scandal when she gets pregnant.
“Personhood” explores the criminalization of pregnant women as seen through the eyes of a young mother swept up in dangerous new laws. Sponsored by Starview Foundation
rotten ears Directed by Piotr Dylewski | 60 min. | Poland | Northwest Premiere a young couple faces their deepest fears under the supervision of an unconventional therapist whose healing plan gets out of control.
coming clean Directed by Ondi Timoner | 101 min. | USA | Northwest Premiere an examination of america’s opioid crisis through the eyes of the recovering addicts and political leaders on the frontlines. Sponsored by Central Oregon Radiology Associates
revival Directed by Joseﬁna Rotman Lyons | 65 min. | USA | Central Oregon Premiere
Woman of the Photographs
a meditation on aging, dance and community, the film follows four legendary older choreographers as they strive to create dances with new York City seniors. Sponsored by Bryant Lovlien & Jarvis
Directed by Takeshi Kushida | 89 min. | Japan | Northwest Premiere
a misogynist photographer discovers the joy of loving a woman by using his photographic retouching skills to help her with her self-identity and self-esteem.
dOcuMeNtAry FeAtureS cOMPetItION
NArrAtIve FeAtureS cOMPetItION
Directed by Nick Brandestini | 92 min. | Switzerland | West Coast Premiere a journey within a unique american island to tell the story of its matriarchal griot and her adopted son's coming-of-age in the last remaining enclave of the Saltwater Geechee people. .
Somewhere With No bridges Directed by Charles Frank | 58 min. | USA | West Coast Premiere twenty years after a beloved local fisherman goes missing off the shores of Martha’s Vineyard, a distant cousin locates his kind, indelible spirit in the stories of family, friends and the sweeping sea that has defined their lives. Sponsored by Anthony's at the Old Mill District
this is tim: A Musical Life SAPeLO
black conﬂux Directed by Nicole Dorsey | 100 min. | Canada | Northwest Premiere the seemingly separate lives of an anxious, disillusioned teen girl and a troubled, alienated man converge fatefully in this haunting exploration of womanhood, isolation and toxic masculinity, set in 1980s newfoundland.
Directed by Mario Furlon & Kate McLean | 80 min. | USA | Northwest Premiere an aging pot farmer suddenly finds her world shattered as she races to bring in what could be her final harvest, fighting against the threat of eviction as the impact of the legalization of the cannabis industry rapidly destroys her idyllic way of life.
Fully realized Humans Directed by Joshua Leonard | 72 min. | USA | Northwest Premiere a month before the birth of their first child, Jackie and Elliot embark on a madcap mission of self-discovery in an attempt to eradicate the inherited dysfunction of their own upbringings.
Materna Directed by David Gutnik | 105 min. | USA | West Coast Premiere a closely observed psychological portrait of four women whose lives are bound together by an incident on the new York City subway.
can you Hear us Now? Directed by Jim Cricchi | 87 min. | USA | West Coast Premiere “Can You hear us now?” unravels the ways that years of one-party rule have reshaped democracy in Wisconsin, a state long known for its progressive history.
the artistic journey of Oregon Music hall of Fame guitarist tim Ellis and his choices when faced with every artist’s dilemma: a life on the road, on stage and in the spotlight; or a life at home, raising a young and growing family. Sponsored by Home System Solutions
INdIGeNOuS FeAtureS cOMPetItION
Feather and Pine Directed by Michael James Beck & Star Rosencrans | 82 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere a northern California logging community transitions to a new generation in the wake of the Great Recession. Sponsored by Brooks Resources
Film About a Father Who Directed by Lynne Sachs | 74 min. | USA | West Coast Premiere From 1984 and 2019, filmmaker lynne Sachs shot 8mm and 16mm film, videotape and digital images of her father, a bon vivant and pioneering businessman from Park City, utah. “Film about a Father Who” is her attempt to understand the web that connects a child to her parent and a sister to her siblings. Sponsored by Infocus Eye Care
Finding yingying Directed by Jiayan “Jenny” Shi | 98 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere a Chinese family travels to the u.S. for the first time to look for their daughter, an international student who vanished from a university campus. Sponsored by Infocus Eye Care
Los Hermanos/the brothers
Directed by Marcia Jarmel & Ken Schneider | 84 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere
Directed by Morgan Ingari | 101 min. | USA | Northwest Premiere
Separated by geopolitics, united by music, two Cuban brothers long to collaborate. tracking their parallel lives, “los hermanos/the Brothers” is a nuanced, intensely moving view of nations long estranged through the lens of music and family.
Milo rashly decides to become a surrogate and egg donor for an older gay man she meets in a bar.
Directed by Tiffany Ellis | 80 min. | USA | Central Oregon Premiere
cholitas Directed by Jaime Murciego & Pablo Iraburu | 80 min. | Spain | Northwest Premiere as a symbol of liberation and empowerment, five Bolivian Indigenous women propose to climb the highest mountain in america, aconcagua. Sponsored by Infocus Eye Care
Spawning Grounds Directed by Nils Cowan | 54 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere In an effort to save a rare native salmon, a community of scientists, landowners, elected officials and tribal leaders band together around science and Indigenous knowledge. Sponsored by Anthony's at the Old Mill District
Warrior Women Directed by Christina D. King & Elizabeth A. Castle | 64 min. | USA The story of mothers and daughters ﬁghting for Indigenous rights in the American Indian Movement of the 1970s. Sponsored by Starview Foundation
OutdOOr/ eNvIrONMeNtAL FeAtureS cOMPetItION
the dark divide
Directed by Tom Putnam | 107 min. USA | Oregon Premiere a shy butterfly expert embarks on a dangerous, lifechanging trek through one of america’s greatest unprotected wildlands at the urging of his dying wife. Starring David Cross and Debra Messing.
the donut King Directed by Alice Gu | 99 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere
I WILL MAKe yOu MINe
the Falconer Directed by Annie Kaempfer | 75 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere
After Selma Directed by Loki Mulholland | 46 min. | USA | Northwest Premiere
Rodney Stotts is on a mission to build a sanctuary for injured birds of prey. a falconer guided by the healing power of nature, Rodney becomes the unlikely hero of a new environmental movement in his stressed Washington D.C. community. Sponsored by Karnopp Petersen LLP
a dive into the history of voter suppression and the need for us to challenge it in order to preserve our democracy and equality for all.
A Moment in the Sun
a look at the power of lesbian visibility and community from the early ’90s to the present day through the story of Franco Stevens’s founding of Curve, the best-selling lesbian magazine. Sponsored by Great Clips
Directed by Leslie Ortabasi & Oktay Ortabasi | 70 min. | USA | U.S. Premiere the epic journey of the solar tandem bicycle and the solar pioneers who raced it. Sponsored by Paciﬁc Power
Samuel Herbert boardman, the Father of Oregon State Parks Directed by Kevin Clark | 83 min. | USA | World Premiere through strength of will and perseverance, Samuel herbert Boardman built one of the best state park systems in the country as the first superintendent of state parks in Oregon. Sponsored by Brooks Resources
Spawning Grounds Directed by Nils Cowan | 54 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere See INDIGENOUS FEATURES COMPETITION above.
With Spirit Directed by Scott Almendinger McGrath | 52 min. | USA | Festival Premiere after experiencing loss, new mother and accomplished endurance athlete Chelsey Magness races through grief at the edge of the world. Sponsored by Dr. Andy Higgins
Wolves return Directed by Thomas Horat | 90 min. | Switzerland | U.S. Premiere
the rags to riches story of a refugee escaping Cambodia, arriving in America in 1975 and building an unlikely multimillion dollar empire baking america’s favorite pastry: the donut.
Ahead of the curve Directed by Jen Rainin | 97 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere
chuck berry: the Original King of rock 'n' roll
Directed by Marlo Hunter | 90 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere
Directed by Jon Brewer | 98 min. | USA | Central Oregon Premiere
the most recent reject from america’s hottest singing competition, Pop Star now!, is sent back to her hometown to move back in with her mother and the simple life she left behind.
Chuck Berry, the absolute instigator of Rock ‘n’ Roll, is truly revealed with exclusive access to his family, friends, famous fans and music icons he inspired, including John lennon, Bruce Springsteen and Keith Richards. Sponsored by First Interstate Bank
I Will Make you Mine Directed by Lynn Chen | 80 min. | USA | Northwest Premiere three women wrestle with life’s difficulties while confronting their past relationships with the same man.
Never too Late: the doc Severinsen Story Directed by Kevin S. Bright & Jeff Consiglio | 85 min. | USA | Northwest Premiere after three decades as the colorful bandleader on the tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson, master trumpeter Doc Severinsen defies nature with a relentless schedule of touring, teaching and performing into his nineties.
Playing For Keeps: the upside of downtime Directed by James Redford | 62 min. | USA | Northwest Premiere an examination of the importance of play and downtime for all of us—children, adults, seniors, and animals. Sponsored by SIE Bend Studio
The wolf polarizes and fascinates. 150 years after the wolf was wiped out of Central Europe, it is inexorably conquering its place.
dead Directed by Hayden J. Weal | 90 min. | New Zealand | Oregon Premiere a critical ghost cop and a directionless stoner battle their differences while working together to solve a mystery that will save lives... and deaths.
Golden Arm Directed by Maureen Bharoocha | 87 min. | USA | West Coast Premiere a wimpy baker gets roped into the world of ladies arm wrestling by her truck-driving best friend.
Jimmy carter: rock ‘n’ roll President Directed by Mary Wharton | 96 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere the mostly forgotten story of how Jimmy Carter, a lover of all types of music, forged a tight bond with musicians Willie Nelson, the Allman Brothers, Bob Dylan and others. low on campaign funds and lacking in name recognition, Carter relied on support from these artists to give him a crucial boost in the Democratic primaries.
the Last blockbuster Directed by Taylor Morden | 86 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere
LOcAL FOcuS FeAture
a fun, nostalgic look back at the rise and fall of Blockbuster video and how one small town store managed to outlast a corporate giant.
the Planters Directed by Alexandra Kotcheff & Hannah Leder | 78 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere
bILLIe tHe yOuNGer ANd tHe LASt OF tHe veNGeANtS
the younger and the Last of the vengeants Directed by Eliab Rice | 102 min. | USA | World Premiere a group of aspiring wizards try to save their town from an inter-dimensional vampire.
billie Directed by James Erskine | 96 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere Crafted from extraordinary unheard interviews and restoring key performances into color for the first time, “Billie” is the story of the singer who changed the face of american music and the journalist who died trying to tell it.
collective Directed by Alexander Nanau | 109 min. | Romania | Central Oregon Premiere a crack team of investigators at the Romanian newspaper Gazeta Sporturilor try to uncover a vast healthcare fraud that enriched moguls and politicians and led to the deaths of innocent citizens.
awkward telemarketer Martha Plant lives a lonely existence burying treasure and eating split pea soup. When she takes in a vagrant with multiple personalities, she discovers having three friends in one may be more than she can handle.
Some Kind of Heaven Directed by Lance Oppenheim | 81 min. | USA | Oregon Premiere Behind the gates of a palm tree-lined fantasyland, four residents of the Villages, Florida, america’s largest retirement community, strive to find solace and meaning.
the younger and the Last of the vengeants Directed by Eliab Rice | 102 min. | USA | World Premiere See LOCAL FOCUS FEATURE above.
T h e S c h e d ule Narrative Feature
DRIVE-IN FEATURES Thurs. 10/8
CHUCK BERRY: THE ORIGINAL KING OF ROCK 'N' ROLL (98 min.)
THE DONUT KING (99 min.)
SOME KIND OF HEAVEN (81 min.)
JIMMY CARTER: ROCK 'N' ROLL PRESIDENT (96 min.)
DEAD (90 min.)
GOLDEN ARM (90 min.)
The Drive-in venue is sponsored by Brooks Resources, Deschutes Brewery, Home System Solutions and Hydro Flask.
Sun. 10/11 6:30 PM
COLLECTIVE (109 min.)
The Dark Divide (107 min.)
BILLIE (98 min.)
THE YOUNGER AND THE LAST OF THE VENGEANTS (102 min.)
THE PLANTERS (78 min.)
The Last Blockbuster (86 min.)
VIRTUAL FESTIVAL SHORTS Short Film Programs
All Short Film Programs are available throughout the entire festival: Narrative Shorts, Documentary Shorts, Indigenous Shorts, Outdoor/ Environmental Shorts and Local Focus Shorts. Please see bendfilm.org for full details. Thu 10/8
VIRTUAL FESTIVAL FEATURES AFTER SELMA AHEAD OF THE CURVE
AFTER SELMA (46 min.) AHEAD OF THE CURVE (90 min)
AMERICAN REJECT (90 min.)
BLACK CONFLUX (100 min.)
CAN YOU HEAR US NOW?
CAN YOU HEAR US NOW? (87 min.)
CHOLITAS (80 min.)
COMING CLEAN - Closing Night Film
COMING CLEAN (96 min.)
THE FALCONER (75 min.)
FEATHER AND PINE FILM ABOUT A FATHER WHO
FEATHER AND PINE (82 min.) FILM ABOUT A FATHER WHO (74 min.)
FINDING YINGYING (98 min.)
FREELAND (80 min.)
FULLY REALIZED HUMANS LOS HERMANOS/THE BROTHERS I WILL MAKE YOU MINE MATERNA
FULLY REALIZED HUMANS (72 min.) LOS HERMANOS/THE BROTHERS (84 min.) I WILL MAKE YOU MINE (79 min.) MATERNA (105 min.)
MILKWATER (101 min.)
A MOMENT IN THE SUN
A MOMENT IN THE SUN (70 min.)
NEVER TOO LATE: THE DOC SEVERINSEN STORY OUR OWN
NEVER TOO LATE: THE DOC SEVERINSEN STORY (84 min.) OUR OWN (108 min.)
PERSONHOOD (80 min.)
PLAYING FOR KEEPS
PLAYING FOR KEEPS (62 min.)
REVIVAL (65 min.)
ROTTEN EARS SAMUEL HERBERT BOARDMAN, THE FATHER OF OREGON STATE PARKS SAPELO SOMEWHERE WITH NO BRIDGES SPAWNING GROUNDS THIS IS TIM: A MUSICAL LIFE
ROTTEN EARS (60 min.) SAMUEL HERBERT BOARDMAN, THE FATHER OF OREGON STATE PARKS (83 min.) SAPELO (92 min.) SOMEWHERE WITH NO BRIDGES (58 min.) SPAWNING GROUNDS (54 min.) THIS IS TIM: A MUSICAL LIFE (80 min.)
WARRIOR WOMEN (64 min.)
WITH SPIRIT WOLVES RETURN WOMAN OF THE PHOTOGRAPHS THE YOUNGER AND THE LAST OF THE VENGEANTS
WITH SPIRIT (52 min.) WOLVES RETURN (90 min.) WOMAN OF THE PHOTOGRAPHS (89 min.) THE YOUNGER AND THE LAST OF THE VENGEANTS (102 min.)
Conversations, Panels and Presentations Get the behind-the-scenes scoop on independent filmmaking by joining one of these live conversations and presentations from industry professionals. Pre-order tickets online at bendfilm.org. FIRST FEATURES Conversation with Ryan Fleck & Anna Boden
FIRST FEATURES Conversation with Andrew Bujalski
Saturday, October 11 @ 1 p.m.
Saturday, October 17 @ 1 p.m.
BendFilm Festival First Feature honorees Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden will have a live conversation about their journey from “Half Nelson” to “Captain Marvel” and the recent FX series “Mrs. America.”
A live conversation with BendFilm Festival First Feature honoree Andrew Bujalski who will share stories about his career from “Funny Ha Ha” to “Support the Girls,” including his recent cowriting stint for Disney’s “Lady and the Tramp” remake.
Sponsored by Home System Solutions
Sisterhood Media Talks SHORT FILM DISTRIBUTION Monday, October 12 @ 1 p.m.
Central Oregon TEEN FILMMAKING PANEL
Canadian distributor Sisterhood Media shares their philosophy on short film distribution and their strides towards equitable media practices.
Saturday, October 17 @ 3 p.m.
WRITING FOR ANIMATION with Kent Osborne
THE ART OF LISTENING: A Film Editing Masterclass with Michael Taylor
Wednesday, October 14 @ 4 p.m.
A live conversation with local teens about making films in Central Oregon.
BIPOC WOMXN Production Grant Saturday, October 24 @ 10 a.m.
On-screen representation affects cultural understanding of BIPOC women and LGBTQIA+ characters. Better understanding and exposure between neighboring cultures will help create dialogue, cooperation and partnerships that strengthen the interconnectivity of Central Oregon. BendFilm’s Underrepresented Voices Grant will support a BIPOC womxn artist with $7,500 toward making their short or feature film. The grant supports storytellers who are working to tell creative and complex stories told from a point of view that is unique and authentic.
Sunday, October 18 @ 1 p.m.
A step-by-step guide on how to write for storyboard-driven cartoons presented by two-time Emmy-winner Kent Osborne (“Adventure Time,” “Spongebob Squarepants”).
A live masterclass with Michael Taylor, editor of Lulu Wang's “The Farewell.”
This grant breaks down the economic barrier to democratize the art form which in turn will:
1.) Support the career of an underrepresented artist. 2.) Increase the production of films that accurately portray underrepresented communities. 3.) Lead audiences to a better understanding of themselves (if underrepresented) or to the life experience of someone unlike themselves. Three to five final candidates will virtually pitch their projects live to a panel of industry professionals during the Festival. The panel will decide the winner of the $7,500 production grant. This grant is made available by the Braemar Charitable Trust, the Roundhouse Foundations, the Starview Foundation and Infocus Eye Care.
BendFilm Festival Bingo Here is a little game to play from home as you make your way through the virtual program over the course of the Festival.
When you see a scene or do an action listed below, check the box and fill in the blank where applicable. Once you fill up your bingo board, either share a photo on social media with #BendFilmBingo or email a picture of your completed board to email@example.com. A winner will be randomly selected to win a Tin Pan 10-pack!
Marveled at a gorgeous shot of the Oregon coast in ________
Googled Anna Boden’s net worth
Saw two women run an inspiring 100 mile race across Ethiopia in ________
Heard poet Lyla June share her vision for “thinking 7 generations ahead” in ________
Googled location of Saltwater Geechee Island after watching ________
Saw a vampire with a speaking role in ________
Heard a filmmaker say “I really wish I could visit Bend or be with you in Bend” in their Q&A
Paused for Internet troubles
Completed a standing ovation in your living room
Saw a Billy Ray Cyrus sighting in ________
Cheered as a ground of seniors busted a move in ________
Followed along as a daughter uncovered family secrets in an attempt to understand her father in ________
Saw real life physic medium from Cassadaga (the selfproclaimed psychic capital of the world) in ________
Voted for your favorite films for audience awards
Cheered for an intergalactic garbage man to find love in ________
Got take out from a local restaurant for dinner and a movie
Witnessed an awkward conversation with a waffle heiress in ________
Felt compelled to sign a petition after watching a documentary
Watched an awesome guitar solo scene in ________
Snuck snacks into the drive-in
Saw a close-up marijuana leaf shot in ________
Spotted a Robert Redford lookalike in ________
Got a nostalgic look at John Carson in ________
Laughed at an Andrew Bujalski joke
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