Underexposed: a women's skateboarding documentary
Professional skateboarder Amelia Brodka examines the skateboarding industry's approach to how it markets, promotes and supports women in its sport, in order to find out if there's a place for women in professional skateboarding.
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I am happy any time a different viewpoint can be made, especially about skating which I love and have done since the mid 80's, way before it blew up to X Games stature (gag), but the capitalist bent of this movie left a bad taste in my mouth. Keep it pure, and leave the bogus money element to the jocks, please...skating is a way of life. Why should you get paid for it?
Also, glaringly missing from the film was any mention of the women who pioneered the sport in the 60s and 70s. Seems like a lost opportunity to at least get their take on the filmmaker's angle here.