This film is basically an experiment designed to reprogram biological clocks for insomniacs so they can sleep again. L.D. Groban reads his own poem during the span of about four days, which is interspliced with stock footage of heavy-metal videos and x-rated footage.
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This was the longest movie ever made at a total running time of 87 hours. It premiered in its entirety at The School Of The Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois from 31 January to 3 February 1987 in one continuous showing. Matrjoschka
(2006) was released in 2006 with a running time of 95 hours. See more
A shorter 'clean' version lasting a mere 80 hours is available without the erotic scenes. See more