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Sorry I'm Late

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Stop-motion animation is usually impressive just due to the amount of effort that went into it. Therefore, the scale of Sorry I’m Late make it impressive ten-fold! Using a still camera in the ceiling pointing straight at the floor, Tomas Mankovsky throws everything he can think of into this three-minute film. It has a bicycle riding over pillows, an ocean-scene complete with fish, an automobile repair, and a hot-air balloon. The entire feature is made of thousands upon thousands of shots. Seriously, this man should be commended on his patience alone.

You can check out how they made this crazy thing over at the film’s website.

Directed by: Tomas Mankovsky

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