Hey, who are you? South African man's global video goes viral

Hey, who are you? South African man's global video goes viral

A South African living in New York asked the South Africans 'who are you?' in a YouTube video that has since gone viral.

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Dan Mace, a YouTuber created the video that made South Africans feel proud to be human and South African.

Dan is known for creating videos that exhibit different themes and this one hit home with a very touching title - Humankind.

Hey... Who are you? Like in a casual way... who are you actually?

The video shows more than 100 filmmakers from all around the world who ask the same question.

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From our Mother City all the way to the USA and even Finland, the video starts at the beginning of a person's day and ends when they turn off their lights.

In a world of organized chaos, chaos organized… to keep you from imagining a world that hasn’t been advertised. Characterised not by your disguise but loved for what’s inside.

While the shots are all beautiful to look at, it's about more than the aesthetics. It shows how humans are all simultaneously connected and disconnected.

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The video ends by asking who we are and then asks that South Africans make changes before it's too late. It asks that people become the best version of themselves.

Watch the video here:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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