Dear Dictator is a 2018 American satire comedy film about a British-Caribbean dictator who flees his island nation and seeks refuge and hides with a rebellious teenage girl in suburban America, where he ends up teaching the young teen how to start a revolution and overthrow the "mean girls" at her high school.
- Written and directed by Lisa Addario and Joe Syracuse.
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General Anton VincentEdit
- Tell her you're sick. You will learn far more from me than you will learn from the US education system.
- I'm a rebel, and I go on until someone stops me.
- Sometimes I wish I could be a lesbian, you know? Like, I have spent my whole life chasing men, like they're gonna come in and fix all my problems. They're men. I mean, think about it. There are no girl rapists or serial killers... except for that chick they made a movie about, but that doesn't count, 'cause she looked like a dude.
- Dr. Charles Seaver: You're insane.
- Darlene Mills: I thought that's what you liked about me.
- He is a Dictator. She is a rebel. What could go wrong?
- She thought she was a rebel...Until she met a real one.