Actor Sacha Baron Cohen and director Larry Charles, who previously collaborated on the hit films Bruno and Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, are back with the summer comedy The Dictator, which finds Cohen behind the mask of cruel General Aladeen, Dictator of Wadiya, a powerful man stripped of his beard and forced to live life as a peasant upon arriving in America. Paramount Pictures has release the opening scene from this brash cultural backslap. Watch as Aladeen changes the language of his country and then takes over the Olympics in what is sure to be one of the more controversial outings this May.

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