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I don't think that's a leaf blower

Two friends find a weird looking leaf blower and decide to show their friend Brian

  • Stefano Pennisi
  • Stefano Pennisi
  • Stefano Pennisi
  • Camrus Johnson
    Key Cast
    The OA, Luke Cage, Billions, There's...Johnny!
  • Clifton Dunn
    Key Cast
    The paper store, Gold Star, Nick and Nicky
  • Michael Spadaccini
    Key Cast
    Dissonant Paths, Backtrack
  • Anita Zolt
    Key Cast
    Jake's unemployment summer
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    30 seconds
  • Production Budget:
    5,000 USD
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    United States
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    United States
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Director Biography - Stefano Pennisi

Stefano Pennisi is an independent producer/director living in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Stefano has produced content for clients such as Redbull, Ralph Lauren, LG, Hennessy, Nike, Footlocker, Rushcard, Tough Mudder, and the United States Olympic committee.
He is most known for his short film "The Fisherman" which was shown at multiple film festivals including the SoHo International Film Festival, BFI Future Filmmakers, and the Zero Film Festival. The Fisherman won the Grand Jury Award at the Zero Film Festival and was nominated for best cinematography and best director SoCal Creative and Innovative Film Festival.
Stefano is currently in preproduction on his next short film which he plans to release in early 2018.

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Director Statement

'I don't think that's a leaf blower' is a Doritos commercial made for the 2016 Doritos Crash The Super Bowl competition. Out of over five thousand submissions 'I don't think that's a leaf blower' was selected as a semi-finalist making it to the final 20 selections. The goal of this commercial was to think of a fun and clever way cycle through all stereotypes of what usually sells in a Doritos commercial (a baby, a puppy, a pretty woman). This commercial was independently made for a budget of only three thousand dollars. This was also the final year that Doritos held the competition.