Eugene comes out as gay in his original, deeply personal music video, featuring music by ODESZA.

CREDITS
Written, Directed, & Choreographed by Eugene Lee Yang

MUSIC by ODESZA
A Moment Apart” & “Intro Instrumental” – listen now at

Set Photography by JD Renes Photography

EXECUTIVE PRODUCED by 2ND TRY
Co-produced by EVERYBODYNEEDSUS

Executive Producer – Cathleen Cher
Producer – Sally Sujin Oh
Director of Photography – Adam Lee
Production Designer – Matt Soko
Editor – Jonas Thorhallsson
Colorist – Jakob Thorhallsson

STYLING FOR EUGENE
Hair – David Dang
Makeup – Arianna Chaylene Bean
Stylist – Farren Jean Andrèa
Stylist Assistant – Kali Mackay
Hair for Ensemble – Cayla Solomon
Makeup for Ensemble – Kasha Lassien

WARDROBE DESIGNED BY
Oscar Utiérre
A-JANE
Farren Jean Andrèa
Malan Breton

STARRING
Eugene Lee Yang
Sister – Grace Yoo
Brother – Intae Kim
Mother – Terumi Shimazu
Father – Gary Murakami
Girl – Sophia Oddi
Boy – Joshua Blaine

FEATURING
Kim Chi
Jazzmyne Jay
Rhea Litré
Mayhem Miller
Curly Velasquez
Arisce Wanzer

MAIN ENSEMBLE
Jason Beaubien, Ryan Blake, Sol Deleo, Mitchell Flores, William Fryt, Mario Godiva, Delaney Goodman, Carter Lee, Jake Mason, Ava Minett, Loretta Minett, Rene Punzalan, Hector Sanchez, Donavan Sanders, Daniel Suarez, Aus Wang, Roman Young

BACKGROUND CAST
Hind Boa, Justin Chen, Isaac Chu, Felicia Coito, Maiquel Denee, Kate Duffy, Alexandria Herring, Gideon Jacob, Samuel Johnson, Dyan Jong, Aris Kakkis, Danny Lam, Jeremy Lam, Shantell Lamb, Doinelle Macabugao, Lesha McBride, Annie Nguyen, Pat Nguyen, Robyin Nguyen, Devin Parker, Nick Rufca, Alyssa Santos, Zain Shami

CREW
Assistant Director – Clyde Goins
2nd AD – Dolly Gray
Music Supervisor – Cathleen Cher
1st AC – Dawson Taylor
2nd AC – Oscar Martinez
Gaffer – Devon Wilson
Best Boy Electric – Vince Valentin
Key Grip – Huan Manton
Best Boy Grip – Justin Lee
Art Director – Spencer Trent
Set Dresser – Devin Parker
Crane Operators – Ryan Elliott, Mike Pusatere
Production Assistants – Delaney Goodman, Izzy Mojamiid, Sergio Ochoa
Catering – Humberto’s Catering

SPECIAL THANKS
Weho Dodgeball
Now More Than Ever Artists
East West Players
Virtual World Arcade
Adam Foley & Ninja Tune

Special Thanks To!

Thanks to all of our Gold Level Patrons! AJ S., Amy Fleming, Ana Camba, Cat Hicks, Elisa Proust, Emma Godfrey, Erica Rao, Jared Aarons, Kelsey Bock, Kourtney Wong, Loretta Wen, Matthew Tadros, Miha, Paulus, Sarah Waxman, Traci Lew, Wendy Tran, Lily

27 COMMENTS

  1. I swear this is the most beautyfullest video in the internet. Fight me if u think its not xD. The art the music the production everything. I think its so beautifull and the message OOF- when i first saw this for the first time dang i cried …. bc i love the try guys so much and this video…. it means so much ngl… i bet almost everyone thinks that too ^-^~♡

  2. In the Video
    The White Clothing represents Hate againsts LGBT community
    The Black Clothing represents support for the LGBT community
    Im on the Black Clothing Side.We love you Eugene!

  3. This is just… wow. He’s not scared or afraid, he showed the world him. This takes so much courage. Like a lot of people have said: “this isn’t him coming out as gay, it’s him coming out as him” and it’s true. This took so much guts. And he made this not just as a sit and tell but as a music video to show what the real meaning is. And he did show it. He is not afraid. Thank you for this, this was Probably scary and hard to say, and you did it, not afraid. Amazing job really

  4. just 10 years ago the response for this video might have been so different. It's so cool to see history change (for the better) directly before my eyes as a person in their early 20's

  5. This is just a masterpiece the whole dance telling a story and the most important thing the meaning behind it it’s just so beautiful it actually made me cry Eugene you did it I’m proud of you buddy

  6. I get it ik how hard it is to come out as gay I'm still in the closet right know only one of my sisters know I think my mom knows but I haven't fully came out people are against people who are gay and I don't get it let them be who they want to be it's their life and it might take a while to come out but I'm waiting for the right time so yeah i know how tuff it is and u feel like people are really against u cause of the would we live in right now is horrible hopefully it changes so lgbtq people can live who they want to be

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