The Facebook page Disney Power shared this utterly delightful reenactment of Disney’s 1998 movie Mulan as performed by a group of talented young Chinese kids. The video seems to have come from a Chinese TV show that specializes in kid-centric movie reenactments. For those not up-to-date on their Disney films, here’s the original animated Mulan sequence for comparison. It will really make you appreciate the little girl who perfectly captures Mulan’s grandmother:
And just for fun, here's a side-by-side version too:
Crystal Liu is the actor who plays Mulan in Disney's live-action reboot; on Weibo, she has been publishing messages in support of the Hong Kong police, who have been brutally attacking pro-Democracy protesters and tacitly collaborating with organized crime gangs.
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