[ via http://www.thelongestfilm.com/ ]
Ambiancé is a 720-hour film over six years in the making.
It's described on IMDB as a film in which "space and time are intertwined into a surreal, dream-like journey," and for Weberg, it comes to stand as something between a memoir and a career retrospective, fused with the energy of a fever dream. When pressed for a synopsis, Weberg is at something of a loss. "This is the most asked question," he says. "How do you one explain a 30-day-long film?" Instead, he uses a variety of big abstract themes to describe the project: life, quest, power, death, escape, rest, love.