The second longest movie in the world is called Modern Times Forever. Its running time is much shorter than in the first case – only 240 hours (that's about 10 days). The movie was made by a Superflex – an artists' group from Denmark known for their satirical works – and shows the decay of Stora Enso headquarters building. Apparently, the directors don't like the building itself and dedicated their work to its destruction. The Stora Enso building was designed in 1959-62 as a simple box-like office block. It became the main character of the film due to its symbolism (considered to be a symbol of power) and its central placement. They say it was created to be screened only once, so probably it would be hard to find it on the Internet.
Modern Times Forever
1st place in "Top Ten Longest Movies In History"
Modern Times Forever is the second longest movie ever made. It lasts about 10 days and shows the decay of Stora Enso headquarters building.