(The Local) Anders Weberg tells The Local about the inspiration behind the the world's longest film, coping with the tragic loss of his son, and the 72 minute 'trailer' which has been wowing audiences.
The 46-year-old artist, who lives in southern Sweden, has been working on the magnum opus entitled Ambiancé for the past few years. Weberg has made more than 300 films in the past and he intends Ambiancé to be his final work.
"I've always been interested in time," he told The Local during a break from filming.
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"Time is something we can't do anything about. In the past I made a nine-hour film. I like it when you can take your time doing things," he said.