Teška Voda by Goran Berić
The joke phrase ‘teška voda’ or ‘heavy water’ stems from the older generation all the way back in 2003 when Skateboard Klub Evolucija was founded in Šibenik. The legendary Grozni suggested the club’s name should be “Teška Voda” because it is an integral part of the nuclear bomb. Although the idea was not accepted for the name of the club, it remained a classic among the locals for a long time.
The first Armageddon video from Šibenik was released in 2001, back when Ante Deković was filming sessions near Krešimir’s home in the summer of 1999. Thirteen years later (2014), he started recording this new video that was supposed to be local but soon spread to the wider Croatian scene. The recording unfortunately ended at the end of 2020, with the final failure of our dear Sony VX-2100.
My wish and that of everyone who was present in the video was for the clips from the tapes that had been lost to be captured again, and the material to finally see the light of day.
Now, Teška Voda features Mario Kopecki, Antonio Peković, Val Miloš, Zoe Miloš, Tonko Gulin, Mislav Matić, Marko Smernić, Dino Šertović, Filip Tenšek, Zvonimir Kulušić, Nino Fanuko, Andrej Mikulić, Luka Hornyanzky, David Ujević, Nikola Andrić, Ivica Krnić, Denis Silov, Goran Berić, Filip Živković, Dino Olujić and more.