Vanishing Waves

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Vanishing Waves
Directed by Kristina Buožytė
Produced by Ieva Norviliene
Written by Kristina Buožytė
Bruno Samper
Starring Marius Jampolskis
Jurga Jutaitė
Rudolfas Jansonas
Vytautas Kaniušonis
Music by Peter Von Poehl
Cinematography Feliksas Abrukauskas
Edited by Suzanne Fenn
Release date
  • 3 July 2012 (2012-07-03) (Karlovy Vary)
Running time
120 minutes
Country Lithuania
Language Lithuanian

Vanishing Waves (originally titled Aurora) is a 2012 film directed by Kristina Buožytė.[1][2]

Plot summary[edit]

Scientists conduct an experiment in which the mind of a conscious man is electronically linked with that of a comatose young woman. The youthful male volunteer initially conceals the fantastic success of the linkage because of its explicitly sexual nature. As the contacts continue the young couple's inner experiences together become increasingly varied and complex. Inevitably, the male volunteer is compelled to attempt a rescue. His goal then is to sacrifice his idyllic inner existence with the beautiful girl by leading her back into the outer world.



The film received a special mention at the 2012 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival.[3]


  1. ^ Brian Clark (2012-09-15). "L'Etrange 2012 Review: VANISHING WAVES is the Erotic Sci-Fi Drama of the Year!". Twitch. Retrieved 2012-09-15. 
  2. ^ "Vanishing Waves". Retrieved 2012-09-15. 
  3. ^ Wendy Mitchell (2012-07-08). "Karlovy Vary's Crystal Globe goes to The Almost Man". Screen Daily. Retrieved 2012-09-15. 

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