Popcorn replaces a pile of cocaine, "fudge" is substituted for the f-word and the little boy playing the Al Pacino role brandishes a toy gun as he snarls: "Say hello to my little friend."
The YouTube video has gone viral, with over 250,000 hits so far. The mini-Montana shares the stage with a pint-sized Michelle Pfeiffer character who sighs: "You do coke and you kill people. That's wonderful, Tony."
The tiny cast utter the famous lines from Brian De Palma's ultra-violent gangster movie, which ends in a bloody gun battle.
Although it is captioned "Jaydon's school put on a kids production of Scarface" and an audience of adults can be seen in the front row, the video is not entirely genuine.
According to TMZ.com, the video is the work of director Mark Klasfeld and Rockhard Films, who also made Lady Gaga's Pokerface video, and the children were found through a casting agent.
I think its funny as hell lo0ol you be the judge.