Dullest Movie Ever: Baa Baa Land Is An Epic 8-hour Slow-motion Film About Sheep

Baa Baa Land is a slow cinema film with no actors, dialogue or narrative produced by Calm. Written and produced by Peter Freedman, shot and edited by Garth Thomas, the American-financed, British-made film will premiere at the Prince Charles Cinema in London’s West End, September 2017.
The film has no plot and is described as the ‘dullest movie ever made’ by producer, Peter Freedman. The film has ‘hundreds’ of sheep standing around in fields doing very little with each shot lasting between 30 minutes to over an hour long. Baa Baa Land was filmed on a farm near Tiptree in Essex, United Kingdom.
Baa Baa Land’s length of 8 hours makes the film the 19th longest film of all time. While Executive Producer, Michael Acton Smith, doesn’t expect Baa Baa Land to ‘break box office records, the movie is expected to put people to sleep’.

Dullest movie ever: Baa Baa Land is an epic 8 hour slow motion film about sheep

Dullest movie ever: Baa Baa Land is an epic 8 hour slow motion film about sheep

Dullest movie ever: Baa Baa Land is an epic 8 hour slow motion film about sheep

Dullest movie ever: Baa Baa Land is an epic 8 hour slow motion film about sheep

Dullest movie ever: Baa Baa Land is an epic 8 hour slow motion film about sheep

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