Ambiancé: World's longest ever film gets a seven hour trailer

Well, seven hours and 20 minutes to be precise.

Jacob Stolworthy
Wednesday 20 April 2016 11:40 BST

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.

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.

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