I'm Gay - Eugene Lee Yang
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Eugene comes out as gay in his original, deeply personal music video, featuring music by ODESZA.
Written, Directed, & Choreographed by Eugene Lee Yang
A Moment Apart” & “Intro Instrumental” - listen now at odesza.lnk.to/amaYT
Set Photography by JD Renes Photography
Co-executive produced by Cathleen Cher
Producer - Sally Sujin Oh
Director of Photography - Adam Lee
Production Designer - Matt Soko
Editor - Jonas Thorhallsson
Colorist - Jakob Thorhallsson
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
Oscar Utiérre
Farren Jean Andrèa
Malan Breton
Eugene Lee Yang
Sister - Grace Yoo
Brother - Intae Kim
Mother - Terumi Shimazu
Father - Gary Murakami
Girl - Sophia Oddi
Boy - Joshua Blaine
Kim Chi
Jazzmyne Jay
Rhea Litré
Mayhem Miller
Curly Velasquez
Arisce Wanzer
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
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
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
Weho Dodgeball
Now More Than Ever Artists
East West Players
Virtual World Arcade
Adam Foley & Ninja Tune
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  • chuckgdry

    I'm sure Eugene will never understand what this meant to me. I'm a 56 y/o gay man who just in the last 5 years came out. I cried all the way through this video because I felt the pain of religious oppression and family rejection that he so wonderfully portrayed in this video. Eugene thank you from the bottom of my heart for this, I was so moved and touched by your video, I wish you all the best this world has to offer. Again THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!

  • Jurriaan Engels
    Jurriaan Engels

    I come back to this vid every once in a while. It gives me courage even though I cry my tears out every time. Thank you.

  • StephNik Dark
    StephNik Dark

    Back at it again

  • Branden Smith
    Branden Smith

    Wow Eugene. This was not just for the LGBTQIA+ community. But for me. A straight white man learning to truly support and find beauty in what I was taught to be an abomination. Thank You Eugene. We love you. I am thankful for you and other role models in my life who challenge me to grow and appreciate everyone's story.

  • Ray Sauvé
    Ray Sauvé

    I think one of the most powerful parts of this video to me is how the final scene, PURPLE/PRIDE, differs from the original idea Eugene had in mind and is described in the behind the scenes video. Originally meant to contain people in grey amongst the crowd showing indifference & not involving themselves in the fight. As well as have Eugene end his walk towards the camera in a tight embrace with another queer individual.

  • Aditi Sharma
    Aditi Sharma

    In years to come, they will show this videos in school for pride history and kids will interprete and write essays about this videos. <3 Thank you Eugene for this masterpeice.

  • Pepper Sharman
    Pepper Sharman

    Can we just take the time to respect the Eugene wrote, directed and choreographed all of this!?

  • Rebecca Rankin
    Rebecca Rankin

    My daughter Aurora has a message for Eugene.

  • Fipix

    I saw this first time when it came out. I barely understood english. I was 14, I thought I was straight, or I just hadn't thought about it really. I was very religious due to my very conservative and religious family, so religious that watching this video felt like a sin, not only because it was about sexuality, or that they criticized religion, but bc they were dancing and had make up on and I liked it. For me this was beautiful. I saw someone else's story, even though I didn't really understood it, but I never watched it again for a long time.

  • Rebecca Dry
    Rebecca Dry

    I know Eugene you will probably never read this, and I cannot even begin to express how much this video means to me and so many other queer people around the world, but I want to thank you. Your coming out has opened so many doors for so many people. It's helped me come to terms with my own queerness. Two years later and I still cry every time I watch this. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.

  • sanrioluvs_

    2 years ago, I watched this video as a straight, cis woman, now rewatching it today, I identify as a bisexual genderfluid person still questioning. I'm still young and haven't figured everything out yet, but I can say this helped so much. Thank you.

  • Hello

    i remember watching this when it first came out. i thought being gay was bad, i was so confused and didn't understand why everyone was supporting him. i think i even disliked the video. and here i am two years later, a lesbian. hi 👋

  • Jsuis14

    I like how he and his lady dancer departed, embracing as friends. We need each other.

  • Sadie Kay
    Sadie Kay

    Three years later, this still makes me weep. Eugene, you will never know how grateful so many of us are for this incredibly beautiful, important and vulnerable video. You are so very loved and appreciated. <3

  • Pajama Bones
    Pajama Bones

    as a queer person of color, the amount of stigma around being gay in asian communities really hurts. this music video really shows that, and I really appreciate that. Eugene, thank you so, so much.

  • Daniela Vásquez
    Daniela Vásquez

    This is a fucking masterpiece. Eugene is a fucking masterpiece. And everything he touches is gold. I'm gonna cry, but happy, amazed tears.

  • tamera tits
    tamera tits

    I came out today after years of internalized homophobia, my friend told me about this video and I can’t stop crying. It’s beautiful and so captivating, thank you Eugene. I just wished someone had told me, coming out would feel like breathe of fresh air, as if i was breathing in freedom. Thank you for this video, ill hold in my heart forever. Love to love the gays, and myself. ❤️‍🔥

  • zenon babycakes
    zenon babycakes

    As a 15 year old queer person in the south, this video spoke to me. I’ve been a fan for 6 years and the try guys (especially Eugene) taught me to be myself and that I should stand my ground when I believe in something. A video as strong and meaningful as this changed my perspective on being queer.

  • A S
    A S

    "Written, Directed, and Choreographed by Eugene Lee Yang"

  • Tôtal Nguyen
    Tôtal Nguyen

    Thank you for this video, this art, this creation, and this reminder that we are fighting and will continue to fight for awareness, for our resilience, liberation, and much more. I'm reminded every year, truly every day, during PRIDE month, that we are still in need of love, support, and nurturing from our friends, family, co-workers, and community to survive and thrive. I am so thankful for this platform to connect with one another, and the ripple effects are vast. I am inspired to create my own art for our beautiful community. Again, thank you Eugene for your incredible vulnerability and bravery to trust the process, and to trust that your fans now and future fans deserve your craft and that you deserve our love for you to uplift your spirit. Thank you Try Guys for embracing each others' individuality even within the group to fly to manifest beauty and positivity in the world.