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A 32-Day, Behind-the-Scenes Timelapse of the Sushi Scene from Isle of Dogs

 
One of the most memorable sequences from Wes Anderson’s stop motion animated film, Isle of Dogs, is the beautiful (and uncomfortable) sushi scene which took 32 painstaking days to film.
In this behind-the-scenes timelapse we see the incredible amount of work that went into this 45-second scene. Embedded Below you can see the final version of the scene as well.
 

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