Just for fun, treat yourself to this whimsical live stop-action animation, shot against a gymnasium floor.
It's written and directed by Tomas Mankovsky, but as you'll see from the minute-long credits roll (which is half the length of the two-minute video itself), it's got a crew of dozens.
The credits roll also shows you how the effects were accomplished, but for infinitely more detail, visit the 'Sorry I'm Late' Website, where there's an extensive behind-the-scenes "Making Of" section that reveals all.
A tip of the cyberhat to the New York Times' Lens blog's highly recommended weekly "Must See Video" feature.
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