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Longest uncut film

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  • Who: Mohamad Issack Zackria

  • What: Longest uncut film

  • Where: India

The longest uncut film is 'Agadam' (India, 2012) which has a running time of 2 hr 3 min 30 sec (excluding opening and end credits) and was produced by Last Bench Boys Productions (India) and directed by Mohamad Issack Zackria (India), in Chennai, India, on 7 December 2012.

The film premiere took place on 7 April 2013 at the AVM Studios Preview Theatre in Chennai. Filming took place at night, in Maran Garden in Chennai. Ten people were involved in the making of the film: director Mohamad Issack Zackria, cinematographer E.J. Nauzad Khan, and 8 actors/actresses. The camera used was a Sony NEX-FS100. The film is a horror/thriller based on a true story.

 

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