Ambient Walks

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Ambient Walks is a 2020 New Eiffelic experimental film. With a total runtime of 1,800 minutes (30 hours), some would call it the ninth longest film ever made.

The film starts off with archival "VHS"-filtered footage, before turning into a slow motion video of people walking for 2 hours and 7 minutes, looped over and over again until it cuts off and ends after exactly 1,800 minutes (30 hours) of runtime. The film does not have conventional narrative or characters, and largely reduces the experience of cinema to the passing of time. The film was created, edited and filmed solely by Zarel Smith, featuring multiple archival footage from uncredited people. Ambient Walks is the second feature-film to be released in New Eiffel.