A cryogenically frozen human being had not been cut into the future for seven years as the first successful “animation” of mankind.
The general consensus of the fantasy builder wishes that almost everyone wants to live forever, but in fact, most of those who fulfill this desire are not. This is the third directorial feature of “Realive” famous Spanish screenwriter Mateo Gil. This smoothly-prepared English language scientist finds a modern human being cryogenically frozen, then solved twenty years ago as the first successful “rebirth” of mankind. But the frustration that followed was not as mobile as it should be, Gil did not create a hero with enough personality to look particularly at relatives, or to express his regret after he thought he wanted something deeper than his exquisite coworkers.