In a video right out of the MOCAtv-stylings, Harry Shum, jr. an actor/choreographer/dancer best known for his work on “Glee,” does a free-flowing performance piece on this motivational video from Ze Frank. Detailing Harry’s shy childhood, Ze Frank explains his emergence with the sort of intense demeanor that made me feel like I had just watched a drinking and driving awareness video. It is sobering (no pun intended) and beautiful in its own way, and well worth a watch if you are feeling down on yourself. Clearly, the impossible is possible — and colorful.
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