If you've ever been asked to get up and perform in front of a crowd, you know how nerve wracking it can be. But that didn't stop this group from getting up and putting on a choreographed dance at the celebration dinner held in the run-up to the screening of Change: The LifeParticle Effect in Wayne, N.J.
Executive Producer of the film, Ilchi Lee, was present for the event.
After their dance, set to David Bowie's "Changes," they chant "I change me. You change you. WE CHANGE THE WORLD!"
At 1:30, you can see that one of the dancers presents Lee with a pumpkin—a gesture from how Lee, during a time of personal turbulence, was able to grow pumpkins, and a sense of self-worth, by composting waste from his community in South Korea to fertilize his crop, which he shared with the community.