Facebook found it for me. I love the way the two guys hop in unison, yet the arms hanging loosely by the student's side never collapse or make contact with his body. I also love how they can let the teacher beat on them for six minutes straight, and at no point does anyone stop to think "You know what, this doesn't hurt at all. Is that right?!??"
According to Buddhism it's the expectations that lead to disappointment in life. That is very true for this one. If you remove the expectations about martial arts, suddenly true happiness is found. As a short drama utterly lacking context (or sanity) this is wonderful. It is deeply esoteric, sort of existential, and the facial expressions are great.
I also realize it is not the one who's doing the talking and hitting that we should focus on. It is the blue shirt guy who is truly demonstrating the highest level of enlightenment. He did not show a single emotion or any sign of attachment despite all the beating.