“Scarface School Play.”


That’s the title of this YouTube, above, and I’m not even going to try and top it with a clever pun. (Thanks to Erica K. of The Feminista Files for forwarding it, though.)

In the short, tykes recreate legendary moments from Brian De Palma’s 1983 classic, including the bloody shootout climax and demise of Tony Montana. (As you can see, above, a mound of popcorn makes a life-sized stand-in for Scarface’s desktop supply of coke, and the tiny actor has channeled the narco-mogul’s contemptuous sneer perfectly. Also, here, the word fudge repeatedly replaces a shorter, punchier expletive.)

From where the hell did this piece of genius, albeit evil genius, come?

1According to cindymomof6, right, on whose channel it appears, it’s hers. “Jaydon’s school put on a kids production of Scarface,” she informs.

The Bartonville, IL homemaker lists her hobbies as “sewing, playing with the kids, scrapbooking, youth group leader,” her favorite film as The Passion of the Christ, Kenny Chesney as her favorite artist, and Sarah Palin’s Going Rogue as her favorite book.

Obviously, her profile isn’t real—”I love my kids! I have 5 boys and 1 girl. They love soccer and swimming. We just bought land to build a new house!” she exclaims—and I don’t even think the video is a real play. However, you decide, and write your comments, below.

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