Unless the science of aging takes some incredible leaps in the next few decades, none of us will be able to see “100 Years”, a new film starring John Malkovich and directed by Robert Rodriguez. It will debut at the Domaine du Grollet in Cognac, France, on November 18, 2115.
The film is the brainchild of Louis XIII Cognac, which sought to create a project inspired by their spirit that spends up to a century aging before release. It presents three different visions of what the future might be like in 100 years—overtaken by nature, ruled by technology, or controlled by humanoid robots.
The finished film was stashed in a state-of-the-art safe that cannot be opened until 2115. One thousand guests from around the world received an invitation to give to their descendants to attend the premiere.
Learn more: [H/T Louis XIII Cognac]