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World’s Longest Movie Goes On For 35 Days And 17 Hours

World’s Longest Movie Goes On For 35 Days And 17 Hours

The 5-week-long film was made in Sweden

The age-old saying 'you've got all the time in the world' most definitely applies to the 'World's longest' movie.

Titled Logistics, the 2012 Swedish movie has been dubbed as an 'experimental film', written and created by Erika Magnusson and Daniel Andersson.

The inspiration behind the flick came in 2008, where the two writers wanted to look into where modern electronic gadgets come from.

As per IMDb, the synopsis reads: "The production cycle of a pedometer in reverse chronological order."

The filming follows the route of the product's manufacture from the store in Stockholm where it was purchased to the factory in China where it was manufactured.

Logistics, an 'experimental film', premiered in 2008.

But in order to watch the film, you'll need a mega 51,420 minutes to get through it. Yep, you heard that right.

The film, somehow, lasts for a whopping 35 days and 17 hours, which is longer than my yearly holiday allowance put together.

At 857 hours, it's the longest film ever made.

And if that's not sounding like your cup of tea, those who have watched the film seem to disagree because most incredibly, the film has been rated a solid 6.2/10 on IMDb.

Although the rating was only based off 115 votes, that's still not bad at all.

However, the 'top review' shown on the website rates the film 5/10 and has called it 'the most confusing 35 Days and 17 Hours of my life'.

You'd need a staggering 35 days to watch the film in full.

They wrote: "When I heard of the movie called 'Logistics' I was instantly interested by the plot of, 'The production cycle of a pedometer.' It's just such a great idea.

"HOWEVER once I started playing, to my dismay, I was shocked. Had I made a mistake? Everything was backwards."

Well, in terms of films that you'd actually watch, there's a fair few classics that run over three hours, which is what many would consider to be pretty 'long' duration times.

The Wolf of Wall Street, based on the mostly-true story of Wall-Street stockbroker Jordan Belfort (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) comes in at three hours.

"The Wolf of Wall Street is a magnificent black comedy: fast, funny, and remarkably filthy," wrote The Atlantic.

The Wolf Of Wall Street is 3 hours long, which is usually considered as pretty lengthy for normal movies.

At three hours two minutes, Marvel's Avengers: Endgame, which broke records at the time, racked up almost $2.8 billion at the box office.

As Insider's Kirsten Acuna wrote: 'Endgame is an emotional punch straight to the gut', and 'a very satisfying conclusion to this adventure that started back in 2008 with Tony Stark'.

In what many regard as being one of the most iconic films of all time, Ben-Hur, starring the iconic Charlton Heston, lasts for three hours 32 minutes.

The Telegraph wrote: "The story of how a man takes on the tyranny of the Romans, with all sorts of horrible consequences to himself and his family, is powerful and gripping."

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Topics: TV and Film