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President Donald Trump looks on during an event recognizing the Wounded Warrior Project Soldier Ride in the East Room of the White House, Washington, D.C., April 18, 2019. Drew Angerer/Getty Images

A new movie poster at the Cannes Film Market features a bikini-clad woman carrying two severed heads, one of which looks like that of President Donald Trump wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat, while the other appears to be a zombie. The woman in the poster also resembles Melania Trump.

The satirical sci-fi film - written, directed, and produced by Sheldon Silverstein - is titled “When Women Rule the World.” According to the movie’s website, it is based in 2121 "after Trump has pushed the button, and World War Three and climate change have decimated life on earth.”

“The few women who have survived have completely separated from men, blaming them for all the destruction. The women live together in a women’s village lead by Auriana and protected by women warriors. The men live out in the desert,” the description reads.

The movie is currently up for sale at the Cannes Market, with the tagline on the poster reading “Meet the First Lady of the Future with her Heads of State.”

Speaking to the Hollywood Reporter, Silverstein said the movie is high-concept with sociopolitical themes, including the #MeToo movement and “toxic masculinity.”

Describing the key plot of the movie, he said, “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,” he said, adding: “He [Trump] is a moron and doesn’t care about the environment. It’s all about money to him. It’s a shame he got elected and this movie is a put-down on all of that.”

Silverstein added he was in the Cannes Film Market to find distribution partners for the 90-minute film and that “Everybody seems to like it so far.”

Speaking about his experience of filming the movie in the Valley of Fire, Nevada, he said, “It was so hot, people mostly stayed in their rooms during the day and at night there were monsoons and flash floods. It was unbelievable.”

The movie comes two years after comedian Kathy Griffin faced intense backlash after a photo of her holding up a mock-up of Trump's severed head went viral on the internet. She issued an apology after the Secret Service indirectly threatened to take disciplinary action against her.