Park City Film Series: ‘Aspen Extreme’ |

Park City Film Series: ‘Aspen Extreme’


The Park City Film Series will screen Patrick Hasburgh’s “Aspen Extreme,” rated PG-13, on Wednesday, Dec. 7, at the Park City Library’s Jim Santy Auditorium, 1255 Park Ave. This is a classic 1993 film about two ski buddies, TJ Burke (Paul Gross) and Dexter Rutecki (Peter Berg), who move from Brighton, Michigan, to Aspen to seek a better life. The two friends quickly become Aspen ski instructors, but women, drugs and job troubles threaten to destroy their relationship. Along the way, TJ tries to realize his dream of becoming a professional writer, and the pair train for the upcoming Powder 8 ski competition. Admission is two cans of food or one item from the Christian Center of Park City’s wish list.

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