Back in the halcyon days of pre-Brexit Britain where we didn't have to worry about stockpiling cans of beans or toilet roll, the prospect of a movie being made about the current political establishment would have seemed a little farfetched.

After all, who would have wanted to see a movie about the internal squabble eating the Tory party alive and fronted by David Cameron and Boris Johnson? Sounds like a box office disaster.

Yet, just shy of three years later, here we are, entrenched in a growing sense of Brexit turmoil, that is both fascinating and utterly bleak to behold. It's like watching every dystopian film you've ever seen but on a constant loop, seven days a week.

In all honesty, it would make for a completely engrossing movie or mini-series (the referendum has, in fact, already been made into a TV movie starring Benedict Cumberbatch).

It feels almost inevitable that a movie will be made about this completely farcical episode in British politics but the question remains of 'what will it be called?'

Over on Reddit, people have been asking that very question and here are some of the funniest answers.

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If we can suggest our own we'd opt for Downfall because that's basically what it is, isn't it?

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