The Cannes Film Festival in France has been known to show exclusive new films. This year, it’s becoming even more exclusive. So exclusive, in fact, that no one will see one of this year’s movies for a hundred years.
John Malkovich and Robert Rodriguez’s 100 Years—The Movie You Will Never See is set to have a short preview at this year’s festival. But like the name says, you’ll never see the whole thing. The movie has been locked away in a secret safe that will open automatically in 100 years. It was made in conjunction with Louis XIII cognac, which takes 100 years to be properly aged. The movie is set to be released in theaters on November 18, 2115.
The concept Malkovich and Rodriguez tried to capture is what the world will be like 100 years from now, along with the commitment to quality that goes into making the cognac and an innovative work of art. It will be showcased at the Cannes Festival in 2116 and taken on a tour around the globe before returning to the cellars in Cognac, France. Simply put, the quality of this movie is a matter about which only time will tell. You can learn more about the film HERE.