Louis XIII And John Malkovich To Debut 100 Years: The Movie You Will Never See In 2115

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November 27, 2015 | BY Dudi Aureus

Inspired by the legacy of LOUIS XIII, the cognac house produces a movie that will premier one hundred years later

What makes LOUIS XIII the most exquisite cognac in the world? Aside from the luxurious packaging in a crystal decanter, its aroma caresses your senses on first nose.  Its lasting rich, velvety and harmonious taste, with a pleasant and long finish makes LOUIS XIII stand apart from others. All these are the product of its 100-year-old blending and aging process, which took both time, and 4 generations of cellar masters, to perfect.

The incredible craftsmanship of LOUIS XIII, and the fact that its creators will never taste their masterpiece, have inspired the cognac house to create an original film titled 100 Years: The Movie You Will Never See. Directed by Robert Rodriguez, the movie was written by John Malkovich with Shuya Chang and Marko Zaror starring alongside him. 

As the plot tackles the age-old question of earth 100 years from now, the story follows two characters who journey into an unknown future achieved by innovative set design and CGI effects.

The announcement, which took place on 18 November, gave a select audience insight to the teasers, and also witnessed the film being locked in a state-of-the-art safe, which will only be opened after one hundred years. 

One thousand guests from around the world also received invites to give to their descendants for the premiere of 100 Years: The Movie You Will Never See on 18 November 2115 at the House of LOUIS XIII in Cognac, France. While we won’t be able to see the film, we are certain that this masterpiece, created by visionary John Malkovich, is going to be magnificent, just like a glass of LOUIS XIII. 


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