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  1. stoked(Adjective)

    Feeling excitement or an exciting rush.


  1. Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator

    STOKED: the Rise and Fall of Gator, is a feature documentary film by the American filmmaker Helen Stickler about 1980s professional skateboarding champion Mark “Gator” Rogowski, who is now serving life in prison for rape and murder. Rogowski had one of the most popular signature skateboards in the 1980s, and the most coverage in skateboarding magazines and videos for a period of time in that era. STOKED follows Gator's life in skateboarding and highlights his rise to fame and problem with alcohol and depression which, through various events in his life, led him to brutally rape and murder an acquaintance, Jessica Bergsten, his ex-girlfriend's former best friend. Interviews in the movie include Tony Hawk, Jason Jessee, Stacy Peralta, Lance Mountain, Steve Caballero and Brandi McClain. The film features music from some of the most influential bands of the era and culture, including the Butthole Surfers, Dead Kennedys, Black Flag and Naked Raygun, and an original score by American composer David Reid. The film had a world premiere at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival and it was released theatrically in more than 70 US cities, as well as in the UK, New Zealand, Australia and Japan.


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