3100: Run and Become is an uplifting, intimate portrait of endurance runners who push themselves to the edge of physical and mental collapse as they endeavor to challenge the boundaries of impossibility and find a deeper sense of self. An unassuming Finnish runner, Ashpirhanal, and an Austrian cellist, Shamita, attempt to complete the world's longest race, 3,100 miles over 52 straight days, averaging 60 miles per day. As the two cross the world in their effort, they pass through urban cities, Navajo reservations, and Japanese mountains, running to shatter their own limitations. 3100: Run and Become paints a portrait of endurance and transformation. The two run not for glory, not because they’re competitive, but because they have a responsibility to run.