Bow down to The Dictator

Admiral Aladeen keeps things 'subtle' as he arrives in New York.
Admiral Aladeen keeps things 'subtle' as he arrives in New York.

ENGLISH comic Sacha Baron Cohen returns to the big screen with his fourth film The Dictator, out now at The Showcase in Bargeddie.

Directed by Larry Charles who also helmed Cohen vehicles Bruno and Borat and co-written by Cohen, it tells the story of a dictator who risked his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so ‘lovingly oppressed’.

However, when democracy does indeed arrive in Wadiya, its leader Admiral General Aladeen (Cohen) is forced to move to New York and get by working as a store clerk while attempting to return himself to power in his homeland.

The Times & Speaker has two pairs of tickets to the Showcase at Barrbridge Leisure Centre to give away to see any film of your choice.

For your chance to win see May 16 edition.