Apple shared its latest Shot on iPhone 13 video yesterday, made by Michel Gondry called “A Dozen Eggs.” Now Apple has released a behind-the-scenes look at how Gondry created the unique film.

A Dozen Eggs is a one-minute short video that starts out on a simple carton of eggs then takes viewers through a fun and humorous experience of the eggs doing all sorts of things like breaking a pan, flying in space, teleporting through a desk, and more.

Now Apple has shared a behind-the-scenes video showing how Michel Gondry approaches filmmaking.

I like to start with something from something very trivial or mundane and find a way to get magic out of it.

Check out the neat two-minute behind-the-scenes look below:

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