Kurt Vonnegut's darkly satirical science fiction novel Cat's Cradle, published in 1963, discusses the dangers of nuclear technology metaphorically, through the fictional substance "Ice 9," a form of water scientifically modified to crystallize at room temperature, and capable of freezing any ordinary water it comes in contact with. In this title sequence for a hypothetical film adaptation, I used abstracted imagery of ice to set a tone and hint at the the film's plot.

Music courtesy of Jason Sigal at freemusicarchive.org/music/BOPD/ or jasonsigal.cc/

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