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This NSFW trailer for Vanishing Waves is the Lithuanian erotic Inception

Lithuania is not one of the countries we often get theatrically released from here in the United States. But, there is a first for everything. The 2012 film VANISHING WAVES (previously titled AURORA) has been getting a lot of buzz at various festivals and now stands to be the first Lithuanian film to get a theatrical release in the United States.

The film follows an INCEPTION-like premise:

Lukas (Marius Jampolskis) is assisting a scientific research team by functioning as a patient in a series of heavily monitored (and medicated) sensory deprivation experiments wherein he is attempting to make some form of contact with the subject, Aurora (Jurga Jutaite), a young woman who has been locked in a comatose state for some time. Doctors initially hope for just a vague reaffirmation of consciousness, but the experiment takes an unexpected twist when Lukas and Aurora actually develop a strong psychic link in their mutually altered forms of consciousness…and their link quickly evolves into a romantic, sexually charged relationship. As Lukas hides this data from his researchers, he and Aurora meet secretly and passionately in a series of surreal dreamscapes created by their collective minds, but their union is tragically doomed to collapse around them. Exploring the tantalizing possibilities of forming a true, all-encompassing bond with one’s lover, Vanishing Waves is hypnotic, erotic, wholly engrossing, and wildly thought-provoking cinema that transcends any perceived limitations of the science fiction genre, becoming one of the year’s most provocative films in the process.

Check out the trailer, which is very ethereal and has a lot of boobs and butts. You have been warned that it is NSFW!

The film only cost $1.5 million to make and features a heavy dose of nudity. But, the set design and cinematography look pretty damn impressive. I cannot recall having seen any Lithuanian language films, but it seems most of that part of Europe do not shy away from erotic content like mainstream cinema does here in North America. The sci-fi elements of the story seem interesting enough for me to check this out when it is released by Artsploitation Films on June 18, 2013.

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