Aurora: Fire in the Sky

Synopsis: The aurora - It's always struck people in the polar regions with awe. This is a visual journey around the globe. A journey departing from ancient myths and legends about the aurora, to ...
Genre: Documentary
60 min

is it sight or touch.

Some kind of synesthesia.

How frequently do the images

from the transfer pursue you?

Only when I think about them.

Have you noticed any

changes in your thoughts:

new memories or images...


Any appearance of

sensory hallucinations?


Last time you mentioned some

kind of a body or a presence.

Have you encountered it again?

No. I told you already.

It's all in the reports.

How long have you been

together with... Lina, isn't it?

Are we talking about

research or my private life?

Does it frustrate you?


That the results are not

as fast as you expected.

I don't expect anything.

Have you heard about

the observer effect?

The observer influences

the observing system.

You can apply this to us too.

If you mean I'm biased, I'm trying

to remain as objective as possible.

Objectivity - is nothing more

than the fetish of truth.

Our rational consciousness

works as a filter

that separates reality from fantasy,

and prevents our

personality from bursting.

But during the connections

this filter weakens.

That's dangerous.

Just nobody

seems to take that in consideration.

That's what you're here for.

Those are all just theories.

I've been doing similar

connections for months now and...

Yes, but now the source is a

human being, not a computer.

So what? The source is different

but the stimulation is the same.

It's a little bit reductionist,

isn't it?

Aren't the results different?

It's not for me to decide.

But my suggestion is

not to change anything yet.

Except prolong the timing.

Every connection lets us experience

something new.


It's not a lapsus.

I meant the group.

I'm done.

Care to comment?

It's a human face... one of a male.

You told me to draw something.

Does it remind you of someone?

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