The time-lapse continues into the rest of the day, specific stuffed animal still in car, but the lighting has a very, very soft blue tint to it, giving more of a gloomy feel.
As those two mourning eyes become thy face:
Following the time-lapse, it is still the same shot, but it is dusk and the darkness is starting to come in. Even though its dark, the colors are still vibrant. Framing is still the same for this and the previous two shots.
O! Let it then as well beseem thy heart
Camera gets awkwardly picked up and shaken and all messy. Specific stuffed animal is unstrapped, and the camera fades to dark. (Because it's already dark enough in the shot for a transition)
And suit thy pity like in every part.
Transition to the door of the room with all of the other stuffed animals. It's very obvious that the scene gives off a clear ominous and gloomy feel. Almost no colors are vibrant. The door opens, and the camera reveals that the room is an absolute mess. All of the other stuffed animals are thrown all around, and the room is an absolute mess.
The specific stuffed animal is dropped to the ground, and, as if the camera is a character, the camera goes to each and every stuffed animal and fixes them all back to how they were, all perfect. The lighting is still grey-scale but slowly becomes more and more vibrant.
The camera moves back to an overall view, where all the stuffed animals are fixed up, but the specific stuffed animal is on the ground, all messy. Everything is vibrant, but the specific stuffed animal is just lying on the ground, with a bit of a gloomy feel. Everything seems grouped together, with the specific stuffed animal in the same place where it was left.