The Eagleman Stag is a stop motion animation that was created by Michael Please in 2010. Narrated by the protagonist, Peter Eagleman, the visuals depict his obsession with the quickening of time as he progresses through life. The narration is deeply thought-provoking and darkly entertaining. The film is comprised of 115 separate sets, the entirety of which are built from a white, foamy material that Please found in the back of a cushion. The Eagleman Stag was premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, and went on to win a BAFTA the same year for Best Short Animation.