We just stumbled upon this impressive stop motion film about a girl who misses her train in Milan and has to wait overnight.  While the film itself is quite beautiful, it made us wonder, when do stop motion films simply become films?  This particular project is less than seven minutes long and uses over 4,500 […]

We just stumbled upon this impressive stop motion film about a girl who misses her train in Milan and has to wait overnight.  While the film itself is quite beautiful, it made us wonder, when do stop motion films simply become films? 

This particular project is less than seven minutes long and uses over 4,500 photos.  Imagine what a basic little point and shoot will be able to do in just a couple more years?

[via Notcot]

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