At last a new British 'Farce' film is to be made again, in 2011 - not at Shepperton or Ealing studios, but at the Houses of Parliament.
To be filmed in Mise en scène style, using hand held devices, these devices will be handled and controlled by The Right Honourable William Jefferson Hague MP, Secretary of State for the UK, and his male assistants, although they will usually deny this if challenged.
A semi-documentary-farce-film, it was suggested it be made by the Prime Minister, in an effort to allow his expelled millionaire colleagues like David Laws etc, a route back into Government after their expense fiddling tactics were discovered early in 2010.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer will make the money for the film available through the extra curricular manipulation of the funds available through the increase in VAT.
Ministers taking part in the film will be entitled to expenses for the usual - alcohol, make-up, hotel rooms, transport, and offices.
Rachid Ohiamnice, currently directing the film "We lie too", will be in charge of production. He quoted: "My friend Willy Hague came up with idea, as he does with a lot of things when I'm around... sweet boy, I understand that the cabinet members are ready to play their part in another farce, and I'll will be pleased to show them the way."
Production of the film should start as soon as David Cameron and Nick Clegg agree on who should play the leading role - a hard decision, as they are both farcically perfect for the part.