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340 min The life of the Cossacks living in the Don River valley during the early 20th century, just prior to World War I.
931 min This film, which is basically the longest narrative film ever made, is a 15-1/2 hour episodic exploration of the character of Franz Biberkopf, "hero" of Alfred DÃ¶blin's acclaimed novel.
400 min The suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of poet and director Pier Paolo Pasolini.
1620 min Adapted from a newspaper serial (Strange Tales of the Adventurer in the Wild Country) and released in 18 feature-length parts over a period of 3 years
840 min Follows a group of oil field workers as they go about their daily routine.
5220 min Its intended purpose actually was to be so unbelievably boring that it would put people to sleep thus curing insomnia.
316 min The 17th century during the Swedish invasion of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
1532 min Movie tells a story in many different levels about love, friendship, misfortune, loss, art, politics, history with important historic events of the decennium in the background.
485 min A single shot of the Empire State Building from early evening until nearly 3 am the next day.
312 min Deals with a young boy named Alexander, his sister Fanny, and their well-to-do family the Ekdahls.
1500 min The film chronicles the lives of two men during the political turmoils that took place in Italy in the first half on the 20th century.
1452 min The camera follows Martha Stello's day and night and listens to her positive and negative remarks, the last days of her life
679 min Depicts the events of the period from the fall of the Berlin Wall until 2000
924 min Life in Germany between 1919 and 2000 through the eyes of a family from the HunsrÃ¼ck area of the Rhineland.
442 min Consists mostly of monologues spoken by actors in historical World War Two-era costumes with music by Wagner, Mahler and Beethoven.
345 min Those aspects of the current French system which are failing in their responsibility to provide citizens with a truly democratic and participatory process
2880 min The film is potentially endless as it's entirely constructed by progressive additions of found footage.
330 min The film was made to seek to tell the life story Gandhi, and his incessant search for Truth.
5700 min The film shows a boy riding a bicycle, a street, houses, garages, and sky.
420 min Includes clips from television programs and B-movies of the 1950s and 1960s, as well as commercials, music clips, newsreels, blooper outtakes, satiric short films and promotional and government films.
330 min Planned to be the first of six movies about Napoleon Bonaparte, it was realised after the completion of the film that the costs involved would make this impossible
773 min From person to person (usually indicating the first and last characters seen in each episode), followed by a handful of black and white still photos.
480 min Explains the chronological progression of God's plan from the creation of the earth through to the end of the 1,000 year reign of Christ
873 min Structured around the theme of nuclear weapons, military spending and poverty.
450 min The collapse of a collective farm in Hungary near the end of Communism
566 min Consists of interviews with people who were involved in various ways in the Holocaust.
321 min Directed by Andy Warhol, consists of long take footage of John Giorno, his lover at the time, sleeping for over five hours.
330 min 484 min The Battle of Borodino scene included 120,000 soldiers, making it one of the largest battle scenes ever filmed.
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