Longest continuous film shot created for suspense/thriller production

The film shot was done in one take in front of an audience.
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On the set of “Adrenaline,” a suspense/thriller that features the longest continuous shot in American film history

Director/producer/writer Robert Lynn successfully created the longest continuous shot in American film history. Filming “Adrenaline,” a suspense/thriller about an ordinary man, Lynn used a JVC Professional GY-HD100U to pull off the feat on a limited budget.

Lynn chose the GY-HD100U because he and his crew wanted to shoot in 24p. They also needed a camera that was compact and easy enough for the crew to maneuver quickly and easily to follow the main actor in an out of the car throughout the entire 90-minute shoot. He shot "Adrenaline" in one take because he thought it was the best way to capture the audience.

“Adrenaline” has been picked up for distribution by Romar Entertainment and will be released in theaters early next year.

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