Martin Scorsese and his daughter, Francesca, are quickly becoming one of our favorite duos for light-hearted content on the internet.
Back in late 2019, the highly-esteemed film director and producer received a great deal of backlash for his comments about the unsophisticated nature of the Marvel franchise. Scorsese's daughter lightened the holiday season by ironically wrapping her father's Christmas presents in none other than Marvel-themed wrapping paper.
Now the pair is back at it, traveling from Instagram to TikTok.
Francesca included her dad recently in one of her videos while using the greenscreen filter. In the background, Francesca included a series of pictures of "feminine products," including an image of a bobby pin, a scrunchie, a menstrual cup and more. The elder Scorsese's job in this video was to look at each picture, state what they're used for and say what they're called.
Though Francesca admitted Scorsese did "better" than she expected, the results were still hilarious.
You can watch the video here:
Francesca was pleasantly surprised by her dad's first response, which was to an image of an eyelash curler.
"That is a, for your eyes. You know, like the mascara."
In response to an image of a hot-pink beauty blender sponge, Scorsese said:
"Well, that's obviously some kind of cosmetic thing that you use."
But when an image of a menstrual cup came up, Scorsese guessed wrong twice:
"That's a flagon."
"Not really, it's an eye cup."
Not to mention the infamous nipple pasties, which are now:
Some thought the video was adorable and hilarious.
@treytylor This singlehandedly changes my entire opinion on TikTok.— murdurdurdur (@murdurdurdur) 1619558549.0
@treytylor We have our Best Picture winner for next year already— Linear PCM (@Linear PCM) 1619550315.0
@treytylor how does it only have ONE THOUSAND views on tiktok???? criminal!!!!— saran wrap (@saran wrap) 1619551057.0
@treytylor Francesa always delivers but nothing will top her wrapping his Christmas present in marvel wrapping paper— Mia J Merrill (@Mia J Merrill) 1619551337.0
Others, of course, had to crack jokes about "cinema."
@treytylor Now this...... is cinema— Hannah Cotter (@Hannah Cotter) 1619550985.0
@treytylor @JustinWhang this is real cinema— Ryan Hall (@Ryan Hall) 1619551574.0
A few "feminine product" brands even got involved in the conversation.
@PeriodNirvana @treytylor 💀 Adding "flagon" to our product development files for name consideration if we ever rele… https://t.co/rF2sgp7pRV— Saalt | Period Care Simplified (@Saalt | Period Care Simplified) 1619624443.0
To be fair, some viewers of the video admitted they didn't know what some of these products were, either.
@treytylor 7 isn't a sponge? https://t.co/jJYFXcmvi5— Nedite (@Nedite) 1619561055.0
@treytylor scorsese thinking pasties were earbuds is the worst and best thing i've ever seen in my life— Zoe Maya (@Zoe Maya) 1619593229.0
@treytylor @goldengateblond In all fairness, I missed a couple as well.— Eduardo C ⚡️ 🇺🇸 🇨🇴 (@Eduardo C ⚡️ 🇺🇸 🇨🇴) 1619555296.0
Whether or not we knew what each item was, Scorsese's responses were gold.
Fortunately for us, Francesca titled the video, "Having my dad guess feminine items, part 1."
With all the attention the video is getting, we can be hopeful the duo will be back with more soon.