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720 hour film?

Swedish artist Anders Weberg is at the very least ambitious. He hopes to set the record for the longest film with AmbiancΓ©, a 720-hour experimental film. In anticipation of its 2020 release, Weberg has posted the first teaser trailer for AmbiancΓ©, which has a brisk running time of 72 minutes. 
The short trailer will be 7 hours and 20 minutes. Followed by the 72 hour trailer and finally the 720 hour film in full.
In case you were wondering (I was),  the longest-film record is held by Modern Times Forevera ten-day-long Danish film from 2011 that chronicles the deterioration of a building in Helsinki. 
If you have 72 minutes kill check out the link to teaser below, it will be pulled from the internet on July 20th. 


AmbiancΓ© - the 720 hour long film [short 72 min teaser] by Anders Weberg from Anders Weberg on Vimeo.

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