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Stop-motion animation is painstaking business. "The process moves so slowly, it can often take weeks or months to animate a single shot," says Anomalisa co-director Duke Johnson. Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Frame-By-Frame, Filmmakers Make The Mundane Miraculous In 'Anomalisa'

Stop-motion "communicates fragility and humanity and brokenness," says Charlie Kaufman. He and co-director Duke Johnson explain how to make puppets look lifelike, whether walking or having sex.

Stop-motion animation is painstaking business. "The process moves so slowly, it can often take weeks or months to animate a single shot," says Anomalisa co-director Duke Johnson. Paramount Pictures hide caption

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Paramount Pictures

Frame-By-Frame, Filmmakers Make The Mundane Miraculous In 'Anomalisa'

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