Prenatal Memory is a film by Dr. Akira Ikegawa that explores the idea of memories being formed and retained during fetal development in the womb. The film suggests that experiences and stimuli a fetus is exposed to in utero can have a lasting impact on the individual's later life. The film discusses scientific evidence and theories on the topic, including studies on the effects of music, language exposure, and stress on the developing fetus. The film concludes that further research is needed to fully understand the concept of prenatal memory, but it raises awareness of the significance of the prenatal environment and the potential implications for future development.
Note: Japanese Film with English Subtitles