‘The Godfather’ director Francis Ford Coppola has said he is “embarrassed” that it’s Boris Johnson’s favourite film.
In July, Johnson told the Daily Mail that Coppola’s 1972 Oscar winner is his favourite movie.
Coppola, outraged to have his magnum opus adored by Johnson, finally retaliated, by having the severed head of Michael Gove placed in Johnson’s bed.
Coppola, however, was unaware of Gove’s unearthly biology, and that as he has no spine, his head can still function as a separate vessel.
Members of the Conservative party simply put Gove’s head in a tank full of working class tears, thus giving him the sustenance to sprout a new body.
Johnson told the Daily Mail that his favourite scene was the “the multiple retribution killings” that take place during the climax.
It is believed that this may have inspired his mass firing of 21 MPs he expelled earlier this month. Although none of them were shot in the eye or murdered while with an escort. (At the current time of writing)
Coppola said that he loves Britain and was “horrified that it would even consider doing such a foolish thing as leaving the European Union.”
It appears that Boris Johnson misinterpreted one of the more pivotal moments of the movie.
The lesson was “Make them an offer they can’t refuse”, not “Make them numerous offers they will very much refuse, negate those offers, say you never even offered them anything but that you definitely have an offer, and then stall for time until your offer deadline expires.”