The movie presents the self-healing behavior by the surface tension difference between the film and the droplet. The DI water droplet falls toward the soap film having a relatively low surface tension. If the droplet inertia is large enough compared to the surface energy of the soap film, after the droplet contacts the thin film, the film deforms and drags by the water droplet penetration by the gravity effect. However, the thin film can not be ruptured by the impact because the Marangoni effect retracts the soap film to the center of the impact location. Then, the droplet can pass the film without the rupture and the soap film can be healed. This move is taken with a high-speed camera (Phantom V7.3) @9900 fps.
L. Courbin and H.A. Howard, "Impact, puncturing, and the self-healing of soap films," Phys. Fluids 18.9, 91105 (2006)
T. Gilet and J. Bush, "The fluid trampoline: droplets bouncing on a soap film," J. Fluid Mech. 625, 167 (2009)