A humorous, sexy and very human gateway into the rising science of who we are. Using wit and authenticity, the film connects a deeply personal tale with frontier genetic research and provides new perspectives on the eternal question of: "How did I become me?" The film tackles numerous themes for debate and is relevant for panel discussions, scientist talks and audience and student comments. This is the science you thought you would never understand finally made accessible and about to set you on a personal journey into the future.
“Genetic Me” won the Pierre-Gilles de Gennes Prize and the Student Award at Paris Science Film Festival 2014. Pernille Rose Grønkjær is co-owner of Danish Documentary, her “The Monastery” won the Joris Ivens award in 2006 and “Love Addict” received the Cinema Eye Honors for Outstanding Achievement International Feature in 2011.