First you get the money, then you get the power, then you get the juice box... wait, that's not right.
If you were a teacher putting together a list of plays for your elementary class to perform, Scarface probably wouldn't be that high on your list, and yet, an elementary school in Illinois has apparently put on a production of the incredibly violent 1983 movie, with snippets of it ending up on YouTube.
There's some question regarding how real the footage is, and with April 1st only a couple of days away, the timing seems a little too convenient. But trick or not, the clip is hilarious, and is worth a couple of minutes of your time.
UPDATE: As we suspected, the video isn't real, and is the work of film-maker and music video director Marc Klasfeld, and was distributed by Hung Nguyen, of the company Sharethrough. You can see what inspired the video and how the pair feel about the reaction it in this video: