Thank you for sharing this video.
For a long time, I had so much trouble with anthropomorphism, until I realized that it was pretty egocentric (from a species standpoint- humans) to think that humans had the monopoly on certain characteristics, emotions or traits. Perhaps with anthropomorphism we are not assigning human traits to animals, but rather animal traits to other animals. Perhaps in our own limited view of the world, we simply took ownership of these traits as our own... failing to recognize many other species may exhibit them as well.
Quick Orangutan story: Year ago, while trekking out to a feeding platform at an orangutan research center in Borneo, I stopped to observe a young male orang in the tree. He was observing the line of humans quietly walking along the trail. He looked to the front of the line, then looked to the back. He then proceeded to close his eyes, slap his right palm on his forehead and shake his head in an exaggerated "no". This was the same trip where I saw a female orang feign interest in a mans boot straps, only so she could reach her hand inside his camera bag while he was distracted. Extremely clever relatives we have... regardless of whether or not the orangutan in the video was showing love or compassion, I am most impressed by its display of ingenuity.