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'Sorry I'm Late' Short Film Documents Fantastical Journey

By: Shelby Lee Walsh - Published: • References: gugazine
Stop-motion film making requires a distinct focus for detail and a ton of patience. Tomas Mankovsky’s stop-motion video entitled, "Sorry I’m Late" documents the fantasy-ridden journey of a young man trying to make his way home. 

He is seen riding a bike on a ground made of pillows, swimming with plastic sharks and driving a car held up by a hand. This short stop-motion film is highly entertaining and showcases a lot of skill.

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