A bizarre mock movie trailer US President Donald Trump showed Kim Jong-un at their historic meeting has been unveiled.
The two leaders met in person for the first time on Tuesday (local time) in an historic summit in Singapore.
At the end of the meeting the duo signed a document establishing new relations between their countries and committing to the denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.
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But before the two signed the agreement, Trump showed Kim Jong-un a special trailer for the movie - A Story of Opportunity.
Produced by "Destiny Pictures", the mock trailer pitches the two leaders as humanity's last hope for a better world.
It talks about "two men, two leaders" and the one opportunity they have to create a better world for mankind, if Mr Kim were to sign the agreement, The Guardian reports.
Images of war representing the past are contrasted with children playing and laughing representing a hopeful new world that could be made.
Mr Trump played the video for around eight members of the North Korean delegation who he says were "fascinated by it," The Guardian reports.
"I showed it to him [Mr Kim] today. Actually, during the meeting toward the end of the meeting and I think he loved it," Mr Trump says.
The agreement the leaders signed, however, is not binding, and the promise of denuclearisation was a rehash of the Panmunjom Declaration signed by Mr Kim and South Korean President Moon Jae-in in April.