Back-to-back ‘Lord of the Rings’ sequels will look like the longest trailer in history
Sitting in front of the big screen for 35 days and 17 hours watching the experimental project by the directors Erica Magnusson And Daniel Anderson, ‘Logistics’ (2012). How many bags of popcorn do you need? Features include full path of pedometer-step meter. It all serves to answer one simple question: “Where do all the gadgets come from?”.
The film, which is 51,420 minutes, shows all the logistics of the commodity backwards, from a store in Stockholm where it is sold, to the truck, ship and train ride, until it arrives at the original factory in China. . It all happens in real time, to show viewers how long a pedometer takes and, to top it off, is often disposable.
The intention was to show the jitters of logistics done in the name of contemporary consumption with the accuracy of the time required for a simple commodity to reach the target audience.
But it’s not just this movie that can cause leg thrombosis from so much sitting. The proposal for ‘Ambiens’ (2021) caused even more ruckus. The film, which began production in 2014, is 30 days long. The premiere will take place in December 2020, and the single copy will be burned after the single is shown.
film directed by filmmaker Andy Weberg It is criticized, some say, too singular, and that moving images do not function without dialogue and without a connection to our real world for understanding. For now, others say that the script is artistic and explains features that can only be seen when we leave our everyday causes.
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If the movie ever aired, I don’t know, and there’s no solid record that it all actually happened, but its 7 hours and 20 minutes trailer is enough that, after all, that’s a long time, something is about to happen. As an additional trilogy. Admittedly, it was said to be impossible to watch in its entirety, and out of 720 hours of film, 120 was the most tolerable.
a long time
After these, we have a few to list, such as ‘Modern Times Forever’ (2011), a documentary by jacob fanger, Rasmus Nielsen And Björnstjörn Reuters Christiansenwhich lasts 10 days, or even ‘cinematon’ (2011), from French Gerard CurranteWhich runs for 8 days and 9 hours, even ‘A Floor’ (2018), an Argentine film mariano lilinaso with 14 hours.
But when we talk about blockbuster movies, Hollywood people, as we know them, tend to indulge in movies that we can’t resist but are bound by just one story for so long. Think twice before living. Let’s talk about something.
The expanded version of Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003), part of the trilogy that stopped the world from 2001 to 2003, lasted 4 hours and 11 minutes. A class day about the enchanted world of Peter Jacksonbased on bookand JRR Tolkien, He is followed by ‘Cleopatra’ (1963), by Joseph L. mankiewiczWith 4 hours and 2 minutes.
‘Gone with the Wind’ (1939) is perhaps one of the world’s most famous stories, and it became the first longest film to win the Oscar for Best Picture with 3 hours 58 minutes. It is not for less. of classic Victor Fleming, George Kukre And Sam WoodReally impressed with the time it was shown.
And out of superheroes, the longest running movie is ‘Justice League: Cut Off’ Zack Snyder‘ (2021). It’s 4 hours and 02 minutes when the heroes are saving the earth and there are strong feelings between the DC universe team. He is followed by ‘Avengers: Endgame’ (2019) with 3 hours of action from Marvel.
Already entering national cinema, ‘Na Kara e Na Korajam’ (2011), amateur film by Augusto Vasconcelos, which also joins Rankbrasil, runs for 4 hours 14 minutes. Incredible!
Well, if you want to do these true movie marathons, then arm yourself with lots of popcorn and drinks, and who knows, a dessert to accompany and help you stay awake, right?
about the filmmaker
Brazilian Film Producer Daniel Bydlowski He is a member of the Directors Guild of America and a virtual reality artist. He is part of the jury of international film festivals and conducts research on topics related to new media technologies, such as virtual reality and the future of cinema. Daniel It also tries to make people aware of social issues related to health, education and bullying in schools. He holds a master’s degree from the University of Southern California (USC), which is considered the best film school in the United States. He is currently pursuing his doctorate studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara in the United States of America. Most recently, his film Bullies was awarded Best Children’s Short Film at Newport Beach, receiving 2 awards at Comic-Con: Best Fantasy Film and Special Jury Award. The ticket to success, also by the filmmaker, was selected at Animamundi and won for Best International Short Film at the Moondance International Film Festival.