The never-to-be-seen 100 years film of Louis XIII to travel the world

The never-to-be-seen 100 years film of Louis XIII to travel the world

Louis XIII 100 years film by John MalkovichMarch 15, 2016: The movie that you will never see sets on a world tour in an exquisite safe box before its release in the distant 2115. 

Directed by Robert Rodriguez and starring John Malkovich, 100 years draws inspiration from the century of attention and patience it takes cognac brand, Remy Martin to produce one of its signature Louis XIII decanters. 

Imagining a world, unfolding a 100 years from now, the sole copy of the movie rests in a safe specially created by French security engineering firm, Fichet-Bauche, to automatically open on November 18, 2115.

The unseen film now embarks on a global tour with stops in Los Angeles, Tokyo, Hong Kong, London and Dubai among a slew of other cities before arriving back at the Louis XIII cellars to await its far-off premiere.     

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