Where the Hell is Matt?

Where the Hell is Matt? (2008) from Matthew Harding on Vimeo.

This video is incredible. One guy dances a silly dance with people all over the world.

via Laughing Squid:

In 2006 video game developer Matt Harding took a 6 month trip traveling to 39 countries and made a video of himself dancing at various locations along the way. In 2008 Matt went on a follow-up trip, dancing his way through 42 countries in 14 months, this time inviting people to dance with him. Both of Matt’s trips around the world were sponsored by Stride Gum.

40 thoughts on “Where the Hell is Matt?”

  1. What a beautiful video… thanks for the positivity and overwhelming happiness it brings. : )

  2. I’ve travelled all over the world and danced my own dance. Next time around I’ll dance yours! Thank you — my kids love it and are now dancing in Jupiter, Florida.

  3. I kept thinking what a wonderful fellow yuo are Matt!
    And the whole team for putting this together for all of us.
    Its hard to feel lonesome watching how we are much more the same than different. congrats! suzan

  4. Matt
    You made a good day a GREAT day. You made me laugh so hard– you are beautiful.

  5. This gives a whole new meaning to LeAnn Womacks’s song, “I Hope you Dance”. It shows that we are created so alike and can come together in any situation. I loved it.

  6. This is brilliant. I love the one in the demilitarized zone; that guy in the background is bloody hilarious.

  7. Matt,

    That was one of the neatest things I have ever seen. It made me laugh and it made me cry…..music and dancing is universal and connects the world. People forget that we are all ONE. Thank you for reminding everyone.

    I have always wanted my own epitaph to read “She couldn’t sing worth a damn, but she danced when she wanted to.” I am glad that you do too! *Smiles*

    Thank you for sharing this with this world…..I wish I could have gone to all those places and danced with all those people too! I am going to share it with all my friends.

    Rasha of the Gypsy Pyrates

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