I find the structure of it quite moving actually. Because after all this goofy, stylized clowning around, the appearance of these real kids just being themselves is tremendously affecting to me. In a way, the whole video is just a setup for that moment. And this is why, I think, if Earl Sweatshirt was open-minded enough to take the four minutes to watch it, he might see what the larger, humanistic, and utterly color-blind message was intended to be.
—  Mark Romanek, the director of the Shake It Off music video, when asked “what’s the moment that still gets the biggest reaction from you, no matter how many times you see [the video]?” (x)

anonymous said:

Does nobody talk about how lee and his violin playing in episode six


My favorite thing about Lee is that he has a million talents (he’s intelligent, he’s athletic, he can play a violin and draw exceptionally well) but he never ever brags about it and just brushes them off like he’s more interested in other people than being superior or popular and that is just so refreshing for a main character in a cartoon to be that level headed and mature and Lee Ping must be protected at all costs please everyone support Detentionaire.