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Gay Acrobats Pay Tribute To Orlando Victims In Mesmerizing, Must-See Video

by Graham Gremore July 14, 2016


Prepare to be amazed, astounded, awe-inspired and maybe moved to tears.

Related: The Moment An Orlando Survivor Reunited With The Cop Who Saved His Life

Matthew Richardson’s latest short film The Arrow is absolutely mesmerizing. Featuring a pair of male acrobats, it tells the story of two men who fall in love–from their first meeting, to their first embrace, to the unbreakable bond they form.

Related: Required Viewing: 49 Celebrities Honor The 49 Orlando Victims

The video was made in memory of those lost during last month’s terrorist attack at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando and sends a powerful message: That all love is equal.

Check it out below…

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