Swedish director beats Russian Ark’s longest single take film record

Swedish director beats Russian Ark’s longest single take film record
Anette Skahlberg

Swedish film 7333 Seconds of Johanna will soon replace Aleksandr Sokurov’s Russian Ark as the longest single take film in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Swedish director Anette Skahlberg, working with a team of 65 cast and crew members, achieved the feat on her fourth attempt in the presence of Guinness World Records officials.

Skahlberg’s 2 hour – 2 minute – 3 second production beats Aleksandr Sokurov’s Russian Ark that was 1 hour 30 minutes long, made in 2001.

Skahlberg has also written the script and acted in the film that narrates the chaotic situation in the life of Johanna: her jealous husband wants the custody of their only child after divorce while her new lover has just proposed to her.
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