An obese 11-year-old attempts to give a love letter to his elementary school crush and winds up at dinner with her intensely suburban family and her new flame.

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Jonathan Ospa ...
Dunny
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Stacey
Eugene Brell ...
Greg
Nicole Poole ...
Rachell
Gerard Canonico ...
Ronnie
Travis Walters ...
Ian
Steve Brody ...
Chris Buck
Nicholas Corsano ...
Nick Swanagan
Anthony Piccolo ...
Kraig Schuler
Casey Joshua Pitts ...
Mark Tom
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An obese 11-year-old attempts to give a love letter to his elementary school crush and winds up at dinner with her intensely suburban family and her new flame.

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Short | Comedy | Drama

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February 2006 (USA)  »

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$20,000 (estimated)
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Excellent.
27 September 2009 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Dunny was absolutely excellent, I really enjoyed it. At the end when he reads through his letter there is a moment when chills are sent down my back.Excellent music choices throughout, the start really makes you think. The 'parents' are just hilarious.Quite possibly the best short I've ever seen.I highly recommend this to anyone looking for something a little bit different, very entertaining, and emotional.Stacey's cruelty to Dunny makes you feel very sorry for him- but if you were in her position wouldn't you do the same? This shows how awkward life is for someone who is a bit different from everybody else. This short effects everybody differently, but all in a good way.


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