I like to sometimes plan things ahead. However, director Robert Rodriguez (Machete, From Dusk Till Dawn) has taken things to whole new level: his new film, titled 100 years won't be seen for another 100 years. The film, starring John Malkovich, will envision what the world will be like 100 years from now. It will then be put into a time capsule and released in 2115. A poster (pictured below) has been released, as well as three teaser trailers. However, the trailers do not give away any specific plot details; they instead portray three interpretations of the same scene.
On November 18th, an exclusive preview of the film's trailer was given at the Sheats Goldstein Mansion in Los Angeles. During the invitation only event, John Malkovich, with LOUIS XIII, placed the film reel into the time capsule and set the timer for the official premiere in November 18th, 2115. This safe will be transported around the world on an international tour, beginning in Hong Kong on December 11th, before it concludes its journey at the House of LOUIS XIII in Cognac, France. Once the safe is unlocked in 100 years, guests will be welcomed, including the future cellar master and a descendant of each guest who received a ticket to the film's preview in 2015, to an exclusive premiere in Cognac, on November 18th 2115.
The idea was created by LOUIS XIII, who are a luxurious spirit company. According to Ludovic du Plessis, the Global Executive Director of LOUIS XIII, the film was created to reflect the craftsmanship and passion of the company:
LOUIS XIII is a true testament to the mastery of time, and we sought to create a proactive piece of art that explores the dynamic relationship of the past, the present, and the future. Four generations of LOUIS XIII cellar masters put a lifetime of passion into a bottle of LOUIS XIII, yet they will never taste the resulting masterpiece. We are thrilled that this talented actor and creative filmmaker were inspired to join us on this artistic endeavor.
While this sounds like a fascinating idea, it's a shame that most (if not all of us now) will never be able to see this film. The three teasers can be seen below: