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Descent

PG Documentary

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Synopsis

Kiki Bosch dives into the coldest waters on the planet on one breath without a wetsuit. She’s plunged into Finland’s frozen lakes, and under icebergs off the Greenland coast. Her initiation into this sub-zero underwater world began as a search for healing, following a debilitating trauma. Ever since discovering the magic of cold-water-freediving, Kiki has travelled far and wide, not only to push her physical and psychological limits, but also to inspire others to harness the power of the cold in similar ways.

Running Time 59m
Rating PG | Parental Guidance
Cast Kiki Bosch
Director Nays Baghai

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