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Watch a Stop-Motion Video Featuring Over 500 Women

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In a prime example of how an awesome video can make a decent song even better, Australian folk rock duo Abe & Tell have created an impressively technical stop-motion clip for their song ‘This Man’s Brighter Days’ using more than 500 women.

The women were photographed around Sydney and each of them is holding an iPad while a single-shot movie plays. It’s difficult to tell what’s happening in the movie, but there seems to be random video of a chess game, a woman in a Native-American headdress and a man working at a computer editing bay interspersed with performance footage of the band itself.

At least one semi-famous woman appears in the stop-motion portion. Pause the video around the 0:36 mark and you’ll notice Joanna Broomfield, who appeared in the sixth season of ‘Australia’s Next Top Model.’ See anyone else who looks familiar?

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