7333 Seconds Johanna

7333 Seconds Johanna (7333 sekunder Johanna) is the longest movie filmed in one 
take:  2 hours, 2 minutes and 3 seconds.

After several months of preparations and rehearsals, 65 cast and crew were ready in the city centre of Uppsala to record 7333 seconds Johanna - the longest European movie shot in one single take.

7333 seconds in the life of a troubled woman called Johanna played by Swedish director Anette Skåhlberg, who wrote the script based on real-life experiences.

Johanna is hurrying through Uppsala through different quarters, churches and hotels trying to find herself amidst marital and economic problems.
Robert Fransson stars as her husband Jesper. Johanna wants to break free and get a divorce. Jesper is resisting by various means, trying to control her, claiming she is an unfit mother, seeking sole custody of their daughter Maja.