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Life Extended

DIR: Lars Bergström, Mats Bigert
2009 / Sweden / 58 min

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Life Extended continues Bigert & Bergström's exploration of the human strife to control life and death. In this film we meet the gerontologist who believes we will be immortal in the near future, the architects who construct spaces to slow down the aging process, the monk who runs for a thousand days in order to strengthen his spirit for it's immortal journey, the street kids who live in the moment, and many others. Being opposed to the static image of the stairway of life, the film is constructed as a relay race where people are moving towards the viewer. “Today ageing is subject to control”, as put by a biochemist. The speed with which this biotechnological development is moving indicates that the coming generations will have very long lives indeed. 
Initiated as a work of art the film envisions a contemporary Memento Mori where death will soon be nothing but a memory.

About

Director Lars Bergström, Mats Bigert
Screenplay Mats Bigert, Lars Bergström
Dir. of Photography Charlie Drevstam
Editing Daniel Jonsäter
Music OCSID, Carl Michael von Hausswolff, Jean-Louis Huhta, Edvard Graham Lewis
Sound Felix Bigert-Mohr, Mattias Hambraeus, Jasper van den Brink, Cherag Cama
Duration 58 min
Year 2009
Country Sweden
Colour
Tags death, philosophical, poetic, society
Production Bigert & Bergström
Bigert & Bergström
Address:  Västmannagatan 73
City:  11326 Stockholm
Country:  Sweden
Web:  www.bigertbergstrom.com/
E-mail:  ,
Phone:  (+46) 708 57 86 52

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