Sometimes, I love the audacity of experimental cinema, especially when there’s a bit of competition involved. For a long time, John Henry Timmis IV’s film The Cure for Insomnia was known for being the longest film ever made, clocking in at a running time of 3 days and 15 hours. But a new challenger has appeared in the form of Anders Weberg, whose film Ambiancé, once completed, will chart in at 30 days in length. The film won’t be completed until the year 2020, apparently, but for a lengthy taste, here is the teaser for the movie, which is, itself, over an hour long. And y’know what? It’s gorgeous.