Somewhere in Sweden, an adorable group of "adult fans of LEGO" who call themselves Swebrick just created this majestic, completely Lego-built diorama depicting the exact moment when poor old Cameron Frye accidentally sends his father's Ferrari flying in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Meticulously modeled after the $1.06M A. James Speyer-designed home where the scene was filmed, the boxy toy version has the same (broken) floor-to-ceiling glass windows, and bonus kitchen and bathroom. In terms of movie magic rendered via toys, this one is pretty impressive.
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