Here’s the first ridiculous image of Sacha Baron Cohen as a character loosely based on Saddam Hussein in The Dictator. How loosely? That’s a Muammar Gaddafi suit, which gives Cohen a wider range of Muslim nations to indelicately mock. Inspired by Hussein’s “own” (ghostwritten) propaganda novel Zabibah and the King, the film dumps its poor-peasant-wife-Iraq raped by husband-USA metaphor. Instead, the dictator comes to New York to fall in love. Hilarity presumably ensues. Wait, wasn’t that Borat? See “the dictator” secretly replaced by a lookalike goat herder so he can emigrate and romance the perky, blond goof Anna Farris in theaters May 2012.