How the sushi-making scene in Isle of Dogs was made


I did not know that’s a thing.


He dies. (It’s not clear if that’s because of the tiny taste, or if he ends up eating the poisoned sushi.)


Why did the guy get sacked half way through? I thought he was doing a good job.



Very cool, thanks!


As a scientist, he really should have known better.


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