Inception in 60 seconds

For the German edition of the Gone In 60 Seconds competition (the purpose of which was to recreate a well-known film in only one minute), Austrian illustrator and animator Wolfgang Matzl did a great job in compressing Chrisopher Nolan’s Inception using vintage-style cutouts, which he then animated using stop-motion.

It would be very dismissive and totally undeserved to call this little gem a Wondermark knockoff.  True, the imagery looks alot like David Malki’s hilarious webcomic, and Matzl’s humor comes from the same page in the book as Malki’s, but he’s also actually managed to compress a very complex film into one single minute, without sacrificing too much of its philosophy and poetry.

I was quite astounded when I saw this.

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