"I don't think I've ever loved anybody that much"
I found this documentary to be so damn interesting. Of course I had heard about cryogenesis but I was never sure about how it exactly "worked": how can you die, be frozen and still be alive somehow?
This family lost their daughter/sister Einz to cancer and this documentary is, at the same time, a love letter to her in case she awakes from her frozen sleep somewhere in the future and a video journal about how the family keeps fighting for giving Einz the life she didn't get to live. Grief, ethic, hope and love are all mixed up in this film.
I think it's impossible to watch this documentary without…