This is definitely one of the hairier cross-wind landings I've seen lately. It's a KLM Boeing 777 at Schipol Airport in Holland.
I'd say that was just a mite twitchy . . .
Of course, one of the things that makes such landings possible, rather than disasters in the making, is modern undercarriage technology. Here's a video of a Boeing 767 making a very hard landing at Birmingham in the UK. Note how the undercarriage absorbs the impact - it's repeated in slow motion near the end of the video to illustrate the point.
That's some pretty good engineering.