Along with real-life tributes honoring the victims, social media has become a place where those all across the globe can show their support for everyone affected by the horrific Paris Attacks. By now we鈥檝e all seen Jean Jullien鈥檚 already iconic 鈥淧eace for Paris鈥 illustration shared on Facebook and Instagram as well a slew of photos of friends鈥 past trips to the 鈥淐ity of Light鈥 alongside thoughtful messages. But there is yet another way people are rising up against the cruel events of last Friday night, and it has to do with the classic film Casablanca.

The clip, which was initially shared on Reddit and has since gone viral, highlights a scene from the movie in which a group of Nazis begin singing 鈥淲atch on the Rhine,鈥 a patriotic German song. The nightclub in which the scene is set is called Rick鈥檚 Caf茅 Am茅ricain, where many of the patrons are French citizens trying to find their way to America to escape Nazi oppression. When the club鈥檚 owner and a renowned fugitive Czech Resistance leader hear what鈥檚 happening, they immediately respond by instructing the house band to play 鈥淟a Marseillaise,鈥 the French national anthem.

Soon the entire audience joins them in singing, eventually silencing the Nazi officers. The moving scene shines a bright light on the importance and beauty of a group鈥檚 undying spirit in the face of adversity. And while the villainous force is now different, the unbreakable patriotic strength demonstrated in the scene remains as relevant as ever.

What鈥檚 the most moving display of support you鈥檝e seen shared on social media? Share it with us in the comments below.

(Feature photo via Warner Bros.)