|Directed by||Lawrence Jordan|
|Produced by||Lawrence Jordan|
Circus Savage is a 2009 American avant-garde film directed by filmmaker Lawrence Jordan. The film has no storyline, and consists solely of Jordan’s own outtakes, unfinished works, appropriations and various other archival footage. The soundtrack was culled from hundreds of hours of film sound, 1/4" magnetic tape and vinyl LP's that Jordan collected over the years.
At a runtime of 10 hours and 43 minutes, it is one of the longest films ever made.
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