The Dutch Master had a season for the books shooting for Postland Theory’s latest movie, Loose, and was rewarded with the coveted ender part.
Coming out of the Netherlands, Cees Wille cut his teeth in the country’s indoor snow facilities and has been shooting with compatriots at Postland Theory since day one – he was a key component of their first movie, Momentum, back in 2011. Momentum was the movie that introduced the wider snowboard scene, both in Europe and beyond, to not just the skills of the then new generation of Dutchies like Cees, Kas Lemmens and Bob van Unnink, but also served notice that Postland was a production company whose movies would be ones to keep an eye out for each autumn. And then, as now, Cees got the ender (his part starts around 17.20).
“It’s loaded with a swarm of stylish tricks applied to high-consequence spots, culminating with the kind of gap that Brisse would be proud of.”
That same year Cees broke his neck, but came back stronger and was able to put down another solid part in Postland’s second full-lengther, Catscratch. He was also able to find time to film for the Random Bastard movie, Blue Balls, that year too, increasing his standing as one of Europe’s strongest jibbers. The next couple of winters saw Cees continuing to juggle filming with both Postland and Random Bastards, snagging the bangers in both as is evident from his part in RB’s Daggers here.
With the folding of Random Bastards, he directed his attention squarely on Postland once more, producing the goods in Connect the Dots, Off The Cuff, and The Fourth Wall, plus in 2016 Cees was part of the memorable Vans First Layer: Japan squad. And now, for his umpteenth Postland part, he went all in again and secured the ender with this heavy display of street shredding. As has been a trademark for this dude since his first part, it’s loaded with a swarm of style applied to high-consequence spots, culminating with the kind of gap that Brisse would be proud of. Ceesy Spots, anyone?
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