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Win: Double Pass to The Dictator

Written by Marc Zanotti on May 7, 2012

The unique comic stylings of Sacha Baron Cohen are back on the big screen with the actor’s latest invention The Dictator.

As Ali G, Sacha Baron Cohen asked Noam Chomsky, “How many words does you know?”. As Borat he relaunched the slingshot bikini, and as Bruno he proclaimed to a ‘terrorist’ that “Your King Osama looks like a kind of a dirty wizard or a homeless Santa.”

The Dictator (although a scripted narrative) is assured to raise hell and stir up trouble in what should be an unruly film filled with unconventional jokes and non-stop laughs.

Music Feeds is giving away 20 x Double passes for The Dictator and 10 x Money Can’t Buy Dictator T-Shirts.

All you need to do is e-mail [email protected] and tell us how you’d run things if you were a Dictator – in 25 words or less.

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