A still from the documentary Hope Frozen. The film tells the story of a Thai family who decide to cryonically freeze their dying two-year-old daughter’s brain in the hope she can be brought back to life when technology is advanced enough, and the journey of discovery they go on. A still from the documentary Hope Frozen. The film tells the story of a Thai family who decide to cryonically freeze their dying two-year-old daughter’s brain in the hope she can be brought back to life when technology is advanced enough, and the journey of discovery they go on.
A still from the documentary Hope Frozen. The film tells the story of a Thai family who decide to cryonically freeze their dying two-year-old daughter’s brain in the hope she can be brought back to life when technology is advanced enough, and the journey of discovery they go on.
Asian cinema

Hope Frozen, Netflix Thai documentary about cryonic freezing of girl’s brain and her family’s emotional journey, is also about Thailand’s scientific prowess, filmmaker says

  • After her death from brain cancer, the family of a two-year-old girl in Bangkok make the life-changing decision to have her brain cryonically preserved
  • Pailin Wedel’s film follows the Buddhist family’s struggle to put their faith in science and address the religious and ethical questions their action raises

Topic |   Asian cinema
A still from the documentary Hope Frozen. The film tells the story of a Thai family who decide to cryonically freeze their dying two-year-old daughter’s brain in the hope she can be brought back to life when technology is advanced enough, and the journey of discovery they go on. A still from the documentary Hope Frozen. The film tells the story of a Thai family who decide to cryonically freeze their dying two-year-old daughter’s brain in the hope she can be brought back to life when technology is advanced enough, and the journey of discovery they go on.
A still from the documentary Hope Frozen. The film tells the story of a Thai family who decide to cryonically freeze their dying two-year-old daughter’s brain in the hope she can be brought back to life when technology is advanced enough, and the journey of discovery they go on.
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