Kicked in the Nuts
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Kicked in the Nuts is a spoof of hidden camera shows, created in August 2003 for the Channel 101 short film festival. It was written, directed, produced, and edited by Mike Henry and Patrick Henry.
A man in an orange "afro puff" wig is filmed as he kicks alleged strangers in the groin.
After being informed that they are on "Kicked in the Nuts" the victims recognize the show and generally act elated at the fact that they will appear on television, typically shaking the hand of the wigged assailant.
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