Short Round: Always Wear Your Shoes, People

Ah, Lenny Lump — how you’ve ruined my days of frolicking through the woods with no shoes on. Today’s short film is brought to us by a Swedish filmmaker by the name of Pelle Plutt. The short, Lenny Lump, is based off of a Swedish nursery rhyme that’s told to children. The premise is quite simple as it follows a man who is running through the woods without a care in the world, that is, until he takes a misstep that causes him to lose a toe.

What makes this short film so damn cool is how it goes from its gorgeous scenery and wonderfully pleasant day to a cringe worthy nightmare all within a few minutes. Lenny Lump creates a gory mess that is combined with a truly dark and sick sense of humor — making a short film that you don’t want to miss.

Check it out.

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If you are ever attacked by a gorilla just sit back and relax while you enjoy the once in a life time feeling of your limbs being ripped off.

20 thoughts on “Short Round: Always Wear Your Shoes, People

    1. Lol, it’s pretty fantastic isn’t it! I found myself trying to look away when he started nailing his toe back into his foot. NO THANKS!

  1. Worst solution to a problem ever. Except when he threw the hammer. That was a good idea. Knowing the gag, the first time it showed his toe dragging over the grass in slow motion, I cringed.

    1. Yes! I was thinking that exact same thing. Why would you ever nail it back on!? The hammer throwing part is priceless though. Great stuff.

  2. I didn’t care for it; the guitar strumming and singing ruined it. I thought this was a movie – not a music video; i want my money back!! 🙂

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