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Watch: The Dictator New Trailer

Written by John Ritchie on April 2, 2012

Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest movie The Dictator will hit Australian cinemas on May 16th, and you can check out the new trailer now (below). If you liked Borat, then you’ll love this movie! This time we see Sacha playing Middle Eastern dictator, Admiral General Aladeen, from the Republic of Wadiya.

Although some previews have already been released, this trailer gives a much more in-depth look at what the movie is really about. General Aladeen heads to Amercia under the impression he is to address the United Nations. However, when his beard is cut off by an American government agent, he is left wandering the streets of New York unrecognisable and with no money.

Watch: The Dictator New Trailer

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