Filmmakers Hugo de Kok and Kay van Vree say they “where curious about de forms and shapes food makes when you flatten them.” (They’re Dutch.) But they didn’t just smash a bunch of sushi and bon-bons — they took it one step further and set it to music. The result is kind of hypnotic. I guess we sign off on playing with your food in this one particular instance.
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