Donald Trump has revealed he showed Kim Jung-un a four-minute Hollywood-style video when pitching the idea of peace to the North Korean leader.
Just before speaking at a press conference after their meeting in Singapore, the video was played to the media in both Korean and English.
“That was a tape that we gave to Chairman Kim and his people, and it captures a lot, captures what could be done," said Mr Trump. "And that’s a great place, has the potential to be an incredible place between South Korea, if you think about it, and China.
"It’s got tremendous potential and I think he understands that and he wants to do what’s right.”
The film was credited to "Destiny Productions", and contained a variety of stock footage of the two countries and both leaders, as if framing them both as characters in a blockbuster.
It offers Kim Jung-un the opportunity to "remake history", ending with a title frame saying: "The future remains to be written".
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