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    Someone Made A Short Action Film Using Only The Lyrics To "Bohemian Rhapsody" And It Really Works

    "He's just a poor boy, from a poor family. Spare him his life from this monstrosity."

    The fine folks at Corridor have put together a gripping crime drama/action short using the lyrics to Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," and it's pretty damn clever.

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    The scene is set β€” a busy city at night, as the narrator ponders some existential questions.

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    The inner monologue continues, as we come across our tragic hero.

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    He's "easy come, easy go" β€” and also very literal.

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    Any way the wind blows, really.

    But, lest you think this is all narrated, the dialogue begins β€” with a confession.

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    And so, the chase begins! The cops are right outside his door!

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    Turns out, murder is not his only crime. He's also got a pretty bad drug problem.

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    Poor Mama.

    I know what you're thinking β€” but what about that crazy nonsense part in the middle of the song?

    They make it work.

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    And it actually works really well.

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    So dark. So gritty!

    And we can't forget about his two lethal weapons.

    Finally, Mama speaks β€” and it's a star turn!

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    But of course, the cocky sheriff gets the best line.

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    Best use of "Bohemian Rhapsody" since Wayne's World.

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