Ambiancé is an upcoming experimental film that is directed by the Swedish director Anders Weberg.
The film has a projected release date of 31 December 2020 and will have a running time of 720 hours, or 30 days, and will be screened globally.
Once the film’s initial screening is completed Weberg will destroy the only existent copy of the entire movie, which he says will make it “THE LONGEST FILM MADE THAT DOESN’T EXIST”. He has also stated that this will be his final film.’
‘The film is shot in the same location where Bergman shot the legendary chess match of “The Seventh Seal”, and it is an extreme version of what the slow cinema movement has been doing for years.’
‘The film’s premise is partially based on the chess match scene from The Seventh Seal and will be a surreal journey through space and time. Weberg has described the movie as an “abstract nonlinear narrative summary of the artist’s time spent with the moving image.”
[ The trailer for the movie that has been released recently is 7 hours and 20 minutes long which he has titled as a short trailer.]
– Shailendra Singh Rathore