Andrew Garfield Gives The Performance Of His Career In Arcade Fire's 'We Exist' Video

05/16/2014 11:03 am ET | Updated May 16, 2014

Andrew Garfield's performance in "The Social Network" sparked Oscar buzz in 2010, but even a celebrated turn in a Best Picture-nominated film doesn't come close to what the actor does in Arcade Fire's new video. We caught a preview of the "We Exist" clip earlier this month, but now the full, six-minute video is here. It features Garfield dressing in women's clothes as he nervously prepares for a night on the town. His character is abused in a dive bar, which prompts him to fantasize an escape via the most wonderful dance sequence. Eventually his empowering daydream takes him to Coachella and a crowd of thousands who adore his gender-bending moves. We're used to Garfield swinging between New York buildings as Spider-Man, but we've never cheered him on as much as we do here.

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