61-minute-long-film

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While discussing Shane Meadows' Somers Town, Mark Kermode noted that it was a very short 74 minutes long. Simon Mayo asked how long a film has to be to qualify as an actual film. The answer is 62 minutes (as long as it is a supporting feature), while anything 60 minutes or fewer is a short. "This left a very interesting limbo for movies that were 61 minutes long," Mark added, before Simon pointed out that this wasn't actually very interesting at all.