TV Movie | Not Rated | | Comedy
Funny or Die presents a satirical rendition of Donald J. Trump's 1987 best selling business book, The Art of the Deal.
Johnny Depp was on set for four days, filming under heavy secrecy. Many of the film's supporting cast had to sign non-disclosure agreements in order to keep his involvement a total secret from the general public until the day of release.
You know, suing someone, that's the most beautiful thing one human being can do to another human being.
Video was supposedly made in 1988, but it's in 16:9 aspect ratio, which was not used in broadcast TV until the late 90s.
At the end of the movie there are fake credits for the movie, crediting Donald J. Trump for almost every task (exceptions are e.g. "Catering - The Mexicans"). During these credits Donald Trump is talking to the audience. After that the real credits for the movie appear. After these credits Ron Howard appears and says how awful the movie was and he wants all to forget that this movie or even Donald Trump exists.
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