The Immortalists: Is Eternal Life Possible?

The Immortalists: Is Eternal Life Possible?
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Lauren

Really fascinating subject matter. It's surprising that there isn't more money being given to this research. As they explain in the film, human air travel also seemed like impossible pseudo-science...until it didn't.

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Jason

Lush and tragic and terrifying and kind of beautiful. Oh, Mr Shakespeare, you were here before, yes?

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