Nolte: Cannes Poster Features First Lady Carrying Donald Trump’s Severed Head by John Nolte for Breitbart
A movie up for sale at the Cannes Film Festival’s Market features a poster that shows Melania Trump carrying Donald Trump’s severed head.
It’s a real movie titled When Women Rule the World and it stars a Melania Trump lookalike who plays a character in the movie named Maria Putin (har har).
The poster’s tagline reads, “Meet the first lady of the future with her heads of state!”
In one hand, Maria Putin carries what looks like a zombie head; in the other, she cradles President Trump’s head complete with his Make America Great Again hat.
Naturally, the leftist Hollywood Reporter (THR) is thrilled over this and selling its Obama-loving soul to convince us an obvious piece of low-rent garbage is actually serious and important satire.
Watch the trailer and then read THR’s propagandist attempt to convince a buyer at Cannes to pick it up:
THR tells us not to be fooled by the B-movie poster…
Don’t be fooled by the B-movie-style poster. In an interview with THR, [Director Sheldon]Silverstein says the film is a high-concept, sci-fi satire with sociopolitical themes that align with movements like #MeToo and Time’s Up and contain storylines that comment on toxic masculinity. He describes a key plot point: “Donald Trump gets in a fight with Putin over who has the biggest penis, and he pushes a button that starts World War III. … It’s kind of crazy.”
“The film has a consciousness and has something to say about what’s going on in the world,” Silverstein notes. Like Griffin, Silverstein shares a disdain for the current commander in chief. “He’s a moron and doesn’t care about the environment. It’s all about money to him,” he tells THR. “It’s a shame he got elected and [this movie] is a put-down on all of that.”
Silverstein is in Cannes showing footage of the film and searching for distribution partners. “Everybody seems to like it so far,” he says of the 90-minute film.
In the movie’s favor are all the hot chicks in tight bikinis … except for the one who looks like a guy.
Hey, I’m all for artistic freedom. It’s totally fine with me if someone wants to make a movie featuring the president’s severed head. But that’s because I’m driven by principle, by the American ideal of free speech and artistic expression — as opposed to partisan politics. I not only want everyone to tell us what is on their minds, to be honest about what they believe, I want them to be free to do so without fear of any kind of social sanction, boycott, or blacklist. Let the free market decide.