Wow...People on here don't seem to read through threads. They just savagely spew their "haterade" left and right, which is a problem in and of itself, but made even worse and more pointless when it's grounded on something completely different than what the person posting meant.
Logan has already commented twice that he wasn't floored by the video, because its look was something he's never seen before, or anything of that sort. He was instead floored by the way the production company used the GH5, which, instead of using it like 99% of people out there do (which is to crank up contrast and saturation and make it look like a glorified Canon 5D), that the production company was instead able to get a look that very closely resembles the soft, creamy look that you see in a lot of commercials, especially hospitality ones. You usually need to use a high end camera for that type of stuff, but the production company pulled it off with the GH5's significantly lower dynamic range, and lack of RAW.
So when you see it from that angle, like Logan meant, it does stand apart from other GH5 videos, and is pretty impressive. It's a lot harder to do what they did, than just slap a sharp lens, tons of contrast and boatloads of saturation on the GH5 like almost everyone else does.