Who doesn’t love a good old Disney movie? Remember the 1998 iconic animated musical action comedy-drama film Mulan? It seems like this group of students from the Pacific Islands also love the movie, as they have now created a cleverly-crafted video about it. It’s, in fact, a recreation and a slick parody of ‘I’ll Make a Man Out of You’ from the movie. It was the teenager’s homework project but has since gone viral with more than eight million views.
The 38-second clip was shared on Twitter and people couldn’t stop talking about it. It shows the pupils reenacting scenes from the Disney classic, and was posted on March 2.
Sharing the video online, @senseileskee said the film took three days to film. It also involved ‘five broken sticks, a shoe and vo, leyball stuck in a tree’. You have to see it to believe this!
three days, five broken sticks, a shoe and volleyball stuck in a tree, and 2883827274832 hours of bloopers ALL for a 38 second video ♂️ — Micronesian Mulan pic.twitter.com/bglMtKENXD
— skee (@senseileskee) March 3, 2018
The video is titled ‘Micronesian Mulan’.
As you may remember, it recreates the original scene of Mulan defeating warriors with the students showing off their moves below.
The students are also sharing their bloopers on social media.
Social media users were quick to praise the project.
One fan said: ‘”This is what the internet was made for. Job well done.”
Another added: “This is the best thing I have ever seen in my entire life thank you so much.”
The film was based on the Chinese legend of Hua Mulan, and as you may remember, it shows the story of a woman who disguises herself as a man to take her father’s place in the army. That’s a brave move, right?
It starred Ming-Na Wen as Mulan and Eddie Murphy as Mushu the dragon.
Wha do you think about the clip?
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