Tue. Apr 7th, 2020

What’s the longest movie ever made?

We’re not entirely sure why you’d need to watch a seven-hour trailer in order to work out whether you fancy seeing a film that lasts for 30 days, but cancel your plans – one has arrived.

Swedish director Anders Weberg has released a second full-length trailer for his upcoming experimental film Ambiancé and it runs for a total of 439 minutes.

Weberg, who is also an artist, released a 72-minute long teaser trailer last year. He reportedly has an even bigger one due for release in 2018 (mark your calendars now) that will run for 72 hours.

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The abstract non-linear film features two performance artists on a beach in southern Sweden – and that’s about it. There are no cuts.

Described as a tale where “space and time is intertwined into a surreal dream-like journey beyond places,” this film seems purely to exist for the most dedicated film enthusiasts. Will you sit through the finished product?

Ambiancé is released on December 31, 2020.