In this slapstick adolescent comedy from director Damian Lee, a group of ski instructors spend their time sliding on the slopes, drinking too much, and trying to beat a rival ski school during the annual spring festival.Ski School is a 1991 comedy film about a fictional ski school starring Dean Cameron.With 95% of our consumer survey respondents stating that price was one of the most important factors to them when deciding which insurance provider to choose, it is essential that those companies who cannot match on price have added value to their policies and products.Interestingly, despite the high number of respondents stating price as such an important factor, only 55% stated that the reason they chose their provider was because they offered the lowest price.A sequel, Ski School 2, followed in 1994, also starring Cameron.Rival groups in a skiing school do battle on and off the piste.Taylor School of Acting- Alex Taylor/Meisner Professional Level 1 Intensive/Currently Tactical Operations Combat Weapons Training - Cesar Aceituno/Currently Zak Barnett Studios - Role prep & private coaching - Zak Barnett/Currently Shari Shaw/Comedy Intensive Scott Seditas Sitcom Character/Technique - Tony Ragu Bob Corff Voice Technique/Accents - Bob Corff Scott Seditas Sitcom Bootcamp - Scott Seditas Lesly Kahn Comedy Intensive - Lesly Kahn Margie Haber Advanced Audition Technique - Margie Haber/Eden Harman ACME Theatre Advanced Improv - Travis Oats The Groundlings Comedy Improv Mark Sikes Cold reading Technique - Mark Sikes Hosting and Media Intensive Workshop - Paul Ryan/p Strong with both comedy and drama, Dialects: Southern & British, Combat weapons training & firing, Hand to hand combat, Burlesque Dancing, Yoga (intermediate), Horseback riding (Western), Rollerblading, Aerobics, Running, Jump Rope, Hiking, Swimming, Ice Skating, Teleprompter, Blood curdling scream, Avid animal activist who is great with all furry creatures!
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Although it is an extention of LM Alcott's work and includes invented characters such as Nick, the romantic interest for Jo, it seems realistic and in keeping with the flavour that Miss Alcott was trying to portray through her writings.
The romance between them is very sweet and is in no way "over the top".
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