Whenever it's back-to-school season, students have to go through the whole ordeal of introducing themselves in front of the whole class, sweaty palms and all. In some cases, the teacher asks for a 'creative' introduction. So how creative should a creative introduction be?
This 18-year-old Tourism freshman from Wesleyan University of the Philippines, Sandara Lorin Del Mundo, perfected the art of introducing herself creatively by creating a Netflix-themed video using CapCut and iMovie.
She is the director, editor, cameraman, narrator, and talent for her viral short documentary-like class introduction on TikTok. In the video, she played 'the baddie feeling vlogger,' 'the mafia girl boss,' and some random girl who was asked by the so-called narrator.
The TikTok post now has over five million views and almost a million likes. The comments section was also flooded by people who showed their massive appreciation for the video.
Since students don't typically put in that much effort just for a class introduction, many were blown away by her dedication to presenting something that elaborate. If you need further proof of how impressive it was, even an information technologist was left in awe.
Encouraged by what the TikTok creator did, other students also wanted to take inspo from her and go the ~extra~ mile.
Since she posted her vid, people have been asking for a video tutorial. Sandara Lorin promised to make one when she's not busy with schoolwork, so we'll be sure to keep our eyes on peeled for updates!
You can watch the full video here:
@_daraxsan took so much effort bdhansbdhs ???? #introduceyourself #fyp ? About Damn Time - Lizzo