Charming Stop-Motion Combines Chaplin, Jeunet and Gondry

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Maxime Baudin's "Un Petit Tour Dans Paris" is a charming stop-motion animation that was impressively filmed in just two days in some of the busiest parts of Paris.

The inspiration was "a mix of a lot of things," Baudin tells Fstoppers. "The animation part is obviously like a Charlie Chaplin: a mix between reality and cartoon movements. Regarding the colors, we can find the shades of yellow often used in Jean-Pierre Jeunet's films. Michel Gondry is also a huge inspiration for me, because of his effects in his films."

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