All I Can

Synopsis: A musical comedy about a senior in college, John, who hits rock bottom when his girlfriend dumps him and his father gets fired from work.
Genre: Comedy, Musical, Short
Year:
2011
16 min
10 Views


Chapter Four

CONNECTION:

Vulcan Puyehue

CHILE:

We came up this far-fetched plan to go down to Chile and ski the inside this crater. But really none of us had any idea if it was even possible.

He was mention volcano opening in 1960 and he has to evacuate his family. All this forest that we are now is just re-growing.

None of us, really, are any good at horse-back riding whatsoever.

Riding up the horse in your ski gear, knowing you're going to go skiing, is just a craziest thing you never imagined.

Day three at base-camp,one of our guys Niko woke us up at 5 in the morning. He told us it's gonna be bluebird.

We got to the top and we weren't on just any volcano. It was a volcano with these Alaska style spines.

And to see that, where we were going go ski, was like a dream come true.

We all ski down to the same spot, just give each other the high five, and throw our skins back on and go for another one.

Though, a year after we are at the volcano, it fully erupted. It's pretty crazy!

I don't really know what it means in the grand scheme of things, but that place where we were is now gone.

When I found out I was coming to Greenland, I didn't really think of what the culture is could be like and that's kind of one of the biggest shocks.

I think there's something bigger about coming to place like this. Seen how other people live.

That helps you appreciate those things in your own life and also helps you, you know, realign.

GREENLAND:

The people who live here year round they pretty much are born here and die here.

What leads you to this moment? I wonder about that all the time. This is me, this is what i'm doing and this is where I am, and...

All the little strange things that went into making it happen.

It's kind a hard really to put into words how remote we are, but we are just basically taking care of ourselves.

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