Here is a conversation from a book:
Reporter: Have you just made a new film, Miss Marsh?
Miss Marsh: Yes, I have.
Reporter: Are you going to make another?
Miss Marsh: No, I'm not. I'm going to retire. I feel very tired. I don't want to make another film for a long time.
I don't quite understand the "for a long time" mean. Does it mean that "I just made film but I'm tired so I don't want to make another for a long time in the future", the "long time" here is from now to the future.
Or does it mean "Actually I didn't want to make any film for a long time", the "long time" is in the past until now.
I found some translation for this is the later option, but I feel it a little strange, and I think it might be the first. Is it right?