Unfasten your seat belt, set the speed to 25 km/h, keep the car doors open and the ride can begin. You are going to drive along the ice road, which is like an image of the modern world. It's cracked, it's dangerous, it's tortuous, it’s unpredictable. The visibility of this road is low. Yet it’s the only road we have. The Ice That Still Supports Us takes place on the northern coast of Estonia, where the use of ice roads in winter is a centuries-old tradition. According to it, the ice road is opened every year for cars and pedestrians. But the ice road is like a ghost road – no one knows when and where it will exactly appear.