Stop-motion animation reveals the inner lives of inanimate things

Argentinian director Juan Pablo Zaramella’s “Así son las cosas” looks delightful, reminding me of the equally charming “Everything Is Alive”:

Colossal writes,

Each episode in the series is one minute long and appears to focus on a different subject, from an egg catching a carton bus, to a stick of dynamite visiting a psychologist who also happens to be a pair of scissors. The sound effects and voices add to the humor. Though you’d need to know Spanish to understand the exact words, Zaramella’s scenes are universally comprehensible: a toothpaste man protests a blushing toothbrush bride’s vows, while  a roll of toilet paper demands access to an occupied bathroom.

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