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By Thomas Licata 
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While the chances of immortality may be very thin, hundreds of people, aged 2 to 101, from around the world, have already committed their bodies or brains to cryonics, over the past 50 years. Frozen in liquid nitrogen, they put their trust, lives and fortunes into the promise of being revived one day by advanced future medicine. This documentary making the family portrait of Elaine who decided to wake up in the futur.

A film by Thomas Licata

A coproduction Les Films de la Passerelle 
and Calisto Productions, RTBF Unités Documentaires LCP  Assemblée Nationale, Le Centre du Cinéma et de l'audiovisuel  de la Fédération Wallonie Bruxelles, WIP Wallonie Image Production - with the participation of WALLIMAGE in association with SHELTER PROD, with the support of and ING, TAX SHELTER DU GOUVERNEMENT FEDERAL DE BELGIQUE, CICLIC-Region Centre-Val De Loire in partnership with CNC
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Year: 2023
Duration: 54'
Languages: French, English
Screenplay: Thomas Licata
Direction: Thomas Licata
Cinematography: Hugo Brilmaker
Sound: Adrien Pinet
Editing: Idriss Gabel
Music: Adrien Pinet
Production Manager: Céline Rauw
Christine Pireaux - Les Films de la Passerelle
Anne Moutot - Calisto Productions
Festival selections (3)
Deauville Green Awards 2023
Parisciences 2023
Raw Science Film Festival 2023
Award (1)
Silver Trophy - Deauville Green Awards 2023
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