“Why is it that when one man builds a wall, the next man immediately needs to know what’s on the other side?”
….The statement is CURIOSITY
Welcome to the Curiosity…
Generally cinema is an ultimate curious art by its form, structure, and mainly by the narration it gives. But here a cinema gives us a bunch of curious emotion just with the title itself. And the Title is 100 years. 100 Years is an upcoming Experimental Science Fiction film written by John Malkovich and directed by Robert Rodriguez the maker of Sin City and the film 100 Years was Advertised in the year 2015 with the tagline “The Movie You Will Never See”, it is due to be released on November 18, 2115.
What…? A film that, as the name says, you will not be able to see in your lifetime. Yes it’ll make its way to the south of France in a vault, where it will stay or so the story goes until the year 2115, when the safe will magically open and our descendants will get their first look at the thing. It’s called “100 Years: The Movie You Will Never See,” which is a fine title now but a bit of a misnomer for whatever future generations get to watch. That is, if they can figure out how to play it. In a teaser, we see Malkovich in white gloves, carefully placing a reel in a vault. That format could prove problematic 10 years from now, never mind 100.
Does the movie even exist? Malkovich the writer of 100 years, started opening up about the “terrific, emotionally charged” film to people back in November, so maybe it does. “If you act in a play you never see it,” he explained. “I’ve certainly acted in a lot of movies I’ve never seen and a number of them I wouldn’t particularly be tempted to.”
In any case, 1,000 people received invitations to the November 2115 premiere, which they can pass down to their offspring. It got us thinking about other pieces of pop culture that pique a curiosity that can never be sated, as they’re shielded from public view.
The 100-year span matches the time it takes for a bottle of Louis XIII cognac to be properly aged before its release to consumers. And Louis XIII cognac produced by Rémy Martin, a company headquartered in Cognac, France, and owned by the Rémy Cointreau Group. The name was chosen as a tribute to King Louis XIII of France, the reigning monarch when the Rémy Martin family settled in the Cognac region.
Louis XIII cognac is produced in the Grande Champagne region of Cognac, from the growing of the grapes to the distillation and aging of the eaux-de-vie. The final blend is composed of up to 1,200 individual eaux-de-vie from Grande Champagne vineyards, ranging from at least 50 years to 100 years in age. And Louis XIII cognac is a partner of this movie.
Those we are watching this Article will not be able to see this film in our lifetime.. may be our descendants can watch it with a celebration. The structure and visuals of cinema may change in next 100 years but this movie will carry the emotion of all our curiosity. yeah the the Curiosity.. That’s why cinema is the art that never humdrum us in the past 100 years.
Thanks for the 100 years and welcome for the 100 years...
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