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

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Cold As Ice
8 October 2005 | by See all my reviews

Frozen Angels is a bit of a lost documentary on a particularly fascinating subject, female surrogate mothers. The film focuses on many different subjects, from a surrogate mom and parents-to-be, doctors, experts on the subject, et al. All of this is presented in a jumbled mess that is held together by, yes, a radio talk show host talking about surrogates. With daffy new age music playing in the background, the badly-edited film just keeps going and going and going, with no hints on when it would end. The REAL highlight of this film is the hilarious hidden sexual imagery in the film, what with the oil derricks, tunnels, trains, roller-coasters etc being shown, doesn't that get you in the mood?


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