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.