A quick trailer gives us enough glimpse into independent animator Mikey Please's stop motion short Marilyn Myller to make us eagerly await it's debut. Like all stop motion, it's a drawn out process just to produce a small amount of film, and this piece is no exception.
Taking about a year to create, this short utilized an array of hand carved characters (some even from foam!) and a little bit of long exposure help to achieve it's distinct, at time ethereal style. The choice of a monochromatic look adds to the dreamy nature of the short, and the nature includes an primitive but almost otherworldly track. Check out an uber quick behind-the-scenes clip after the break!