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A video that appears to show young kids in a school play rendition of the gangster film “Scarface” is making the internet rounds since most of the world forgot about it. The video is actually from 2010, when it caused a minor stir after being framed as a “school play.”

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The Independent and a number of other news organizations have reported that actually the play was performed by child actors at a theater in LA. However, while it seems low budget, the film definitely went all out on their props, which include a few water guns and an enormous pile of popcorn that is supposed to stand in for cocaine.


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