During a writers roundtable hosted by The Hollywood Reporter, out designer-director Tom Ford revealed that he has written a politically incorrect movie.

Ford, whose second film Nocturnal Animals received three Golden Globe nominations this week, was joined by Pedro Almodovar (Julieta), Kenneth Lonergan (Manchester by the Sea), Noah Oppenheim (Jackie), Allison Schroeder (Hidden Figures) and Taylor Sheridan (Hell or High Water).

When asked how they would write a movie about Donald Trump, Ford turned to Oppenheim and joked, “Is your next one going to be Melania?”

“I'd like to see that closet scene!” Schroeder said.

“Let's hope for all of our sakes it is not the tragedy that so many people who did not vote for him fear,” Oppenheim chimed in.

Elsewhere in the conversation, Ford revealed that he had written a movie that he wasn't sure he could make.

“I've written something that's very politically incorrect; I'm not sure that I could make it – which kind of makes me want to,” Ford said.

In an earlier interview with Vulture, Ford said that he had written an inappropriate comedy.

“I did write a comedy. I have that comedy. Everyone who has read it says it's so inappropriate that it really couldn't be made. Even the title is inappropriate!” Ford said.