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A one-shot film (also one-take film, single-take film, continuous shot feature film) is a full-length movie filmed in one long take by a single camera, or manufactured to give the impression it was.[1]

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Use and theory

In a 2019 article, discussing the award-winning film 1917 (2019), Eric Grode of The New York Times wrote that very long takes were becoming popular in more mainstream films "as a sobering reminder of temporality, a virtuosic calling card, a self-issued challenge or all of the above", also citing the Academy Award-winner from several years prior, Birdman (2014).[2]

History

Grode notes that before such films as 1917 and Birdman, the idea of experimenting with long uninterrupted takes had a history of over 80 years, with Alfred Hitchcock being a pioneer. Aside from early experiments like Young and Innocent and Notorious, the most famous early example of a film that extensively uses long takes is the 1948 Rope, which was shot in mainly seven-to-ten–minute continuous takes (the physical limit of film stock at the time) that appear as four long takes of around 15 to 20 minutes each, close to the maximum length allowed by the cinema projectors of the time.[3] Reportedly, James Stewart, star of Rope, did not like the long takes and apparently muttered on set that the cameras were more important than the actors.[2] Hitchcock intended to shoot the film as if it were a play, and timed five of the ten segments to allow for hidden edits behind furniture; elaborate camera and actor choreography was used. He wrote Rope this way because he felt "if time passed between cuts, the suspense of whether the body was still in the trunk would be lost".[4]

Grode also examines the 1958 film Touch of Evil as an example, though only its three-minute opening sequence is shot in real time. However, the use of a real time ticking bomb through the single shot is seen as a standard.[2]

Although animated films are not included in a list of one-shot films, The Wolf House (2018) is a deconstructed example of (stop-motion) animated film that presented in a form of single, unbroken shot sequence.[5][6][7]

Notable examples

Actual "one shot"

Year Title Length Director Nationality Ref.
1982 Macbeth 57 min. (longest shot)[a] Béla Tarr Hungary [8]
1998 Big Monday 74 min. Michael Rehfield United States [9]
2000 Timecode 97 min. Mike Figgis United States [10]
2002 Russian Ark 96 min. Alexander Sokurov Russia [11]
2003 Sábado [es] 65 min. Matías Bize Chile [12]
2007 Alternation 11 min Mehdi Fard Ghaderi Iran [13]
2007 PVC-1 85 min. Spiros Stathoulopoulos Colombia [14]
2008 Still Orangutans' 81 min. Gustavo Spolidero Brazil [15]
2013 Rati Chakravyuh 102 min. Ashish Avikunthak India [16]
2013 Fish & Cat 134 min. Shahram Mokri Iran [17]
2013 El triste olor de la carne 87 min. Cristóbal Arteaga Spain [18]
2013 Ana Arabia 85 min. Amos Gitai Israel [19]
2013 Somebody Marry Me 98 min. John Asher United States [20]
2013 Daikuko 98 min. Mitani Koki Japan [21]
2014 Agadam 123 min. Mohamad Issack India [22]
2015 Victoria 140 min. Sebastian Schipper Germany [23]
2015 Anino sa likod ng buwan 120 min. Jun Lana Philippines [24]
2015 The Story Of A Rainy Night 24 min Mehdi Fard Ghaderi Iran [25]
2015 Daksha 142 min. S. Narayan India [26]
2016 Paint Drying 607 min. Charlie Shackleton United Kingdom [27]
2016 Eight 81 min. Peter Blackburn Australia [28]
2016 Immortality 145 min. Mehdi Fard Ghaderi Iran [29]
2016 King Dave 99 min. Podz Canada [30]
2017 Fourplay 77 min. Dean Ronalds United States [31]
2017 The Wedding Party 119 min. Thane Economou United States [32]
2017 One Shot-Fear Without Cut 140 min. Haroon Rashid India [33]
2017 One Cut of the Dead 37 min. (longest shot) Shin'ichirō Ueda Japan [34]
2017 Watch The Sunset 83 min. Tristan Barr & Michael Gosden Australia [35]
2017 Lost in London 103 min. Woody Harrelson United Kingdom [36]
2018 Heegondhu Dina 106.11 min Vikram Yoganand India [37]
2018 The Silent Pasture of Sparrows 20 min. Qmars Mootab United States [38]
2018 Utøya: July 22 90 min. Erik Poppe Norway [39]
2018 Blind Spot 98 min. Tuva Novotny Norway [40]
2018 Jaalo 101 min Araaj Keshav Giri Nepal [41]
2018 Tatort: Die Musik stirbt zuletzt [de] 88 min. Dani Levy Switzerland [42][43]
2018 A Boy. A Girl. A Dream: Love on Election Night 89 min. Qasim Basir United States [44]
2019 El Amor No Puede Esperar (Love Can't Wait) 76 min. Juan Carlos Carrasco Mexico [45]
2019 Last Call 77 min. Gavin Michael Booth Canada [46]
2019 Shonibar Bikel 83 min Mostofa Sarwar Farooki Bangladesh [47]
2020 Limbo [de] 89 min. Tim Dünschede Germany [48]
2020 Let's Scare Julie 83 min. Jud Cremata United States [49][50]
2021 Santhoshathinte Onnam Rahasyam 85 min. Don Palathara India [51]
2021 Rendez-Vous 105 min. Pablo Olmos Arrayales Mexico [52]
2021 Roaring 20's 85 min. Elisabeth Vogler France [53]
2021 Boiling Point 94 min. Philip Barantini United Kingdom [54]
2021 Causalidad 115 min. Who (Marcelo Politano) Argentina [55]
2022 Iravin Nizhal 98 min R. Parthiban India [56]
2022 Medusa Deluxe 100 min. Thomas Hardiman United Kingdom [57]
2022 Yuddha Kaandam 90 min Bose Venkat India [58]
2023 Tales from the Neighborhood Café 41 min. Al Hallak United States [59]
2023 The Night Inside 23 min Antonio Cuesta Spain [60]
  1. ^ One five-minute shot and the film's opening credits precede the film's 57 minute main shot.

Edited to appear as "one shot"

Year Title Length Director Nationality Notes Ref.
1964 Empire 485 min. Andy Warhol United States [61]
2002 Irréversible 92 min. Gaspar Noe France An experimental film combines with one-shot and reverse order. [62][63]
2010 The Silent House 86 min. Gustavo Hernández Uruguay [64]
2011 Silent House 87 min. Chris Kentis, Laura Lau United States [65]
2014 Birdman 119 minutes Alejandro González Iñárritu United States [2]
2019 1917 118 min. Sam Mendes United Kingdom Actually edited to appear as two shots, with the camera cutting to black as the protagonist gets knocked out half-way. [66]
2020 Beyond the Infinite Two Minutes 70 min. Junta Yamaguchi Japan [67]
2021 One Shot 97 min. James Nunn United Kingdom [68]
2023 Shttl 114 min. Ady Walter Ukraine [69]

See also

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