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Frozen Angels (2005)

A scientific and social exploration of the future of human reproductive technology.
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Bill Handel Bill Handel ... Self - Radio Host and Agency Director for Surrogacy and Egg Donation
Kari Ciechoski Kari Ciechoski ... Self - egg donor
Lyne Macklin-Fife Lyne Macklin-Fife ... Self - egg donor program administrator
Kim Brewer Kim Brewer ... Self - surrogate mother
Amy Jurewicz Amy Jurewicz ... Self - expecting parents 1
Steve Jurewicz Steve Jurewicz ... Self - expecting parents 2
Lori B. Andrews Lori B. Andrews ... Self - Lawyer and Author of the Book 'the Clone Age' (as Lori Andrews)
Cappy M. Rothman Cappy M. Rothman ... Self - sperm bank director
Angela Pacheco Angela Pacheco ... Self - Foster child and future adoption worker
Gregory Stock ... Self - Director UCLA Program on Medicine, Technology and Society
Shelley Smith Shelley Smith ... Self - Agency Director for Egg Donation and Surrogate Parenting
Doron Blake Doron Blake ... Self - Offspring of the 'Nobel Prize Spermbank'
Afton Blake Afton Blake ... Self - Doron's mother
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A scientific and social exploration of the future of human reproductive technology.

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Frozen Angels Provides a Vivid Look Into Our Ever-Growing Manmade Society
2 May 2005 | by ameliasolumSee all my reviews

This movie was written and directed by Eric Black and Frauke Sandig. This is their second collaboration in the documentary genre. The first one was called "After the Fall" about the Berlin Wall. This movie, however takes us into the real world of the creation of the "perfect" child. From the sperm donations to the surrogate mothers to the gene researchers etc. Showing the viewers that if you want a blue-eyed blonde-haired child, it can easily be done. Maybe a little too easily. I liked the fact that this documentary rung true. I set out to make the public aware of these man-made children and it did not sugar coat it or apologize for it. Very interesting film I would highly suggest you rent, especially if you are thinking of adopting, being a surrogate mother, donating eggs, or donating sperm.


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Germany | USA

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English

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27 October 2005 (Germany) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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Dolby

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1.33 : 1
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