'Empire' is a silent, black and white static shot of the Empire State Building shot in real-time over a course of eight hours and five minutes. Other than lights going on and off there isn't much to look at.
Its sheer unwatchability is what made the film so famous - an edited version was never allowed to be shown. Over the hours, and through the boredom, the spectator will no doubt drift away and make their own assumptions about its artistic merit.
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