Dictator, Part 1: The Great Drought and the havoc it induced on Joe’s primitive tribe. The sole survivor, Joe is taken in by a friendly tribe of farmers, who are eventually annihilated by cannibals. Again, Joe cheats death and finds his way to a circus, where he becomes enamored of Marta, the human pretzel. Flash forward to the war where, as the Dictator, Joe is reduced to a blubbering, anxiety-ridden neurotic with multiple gastrointestinal issues. Stories follow of the unfortunate Oil Seller, the Dirt Boy who sprouted his own vegetables and became a self-sufficient ecosystem. Morality as a relative value is discussed.
Dictator, Part 2: The dictator reflects on the despicable act of sending a nation’s most valuable resource, its young men, off to war, while worthless housewives, children, and old people are free to go freely about their lives. During a siege, cut off from the rest of civilization, the country creates six ‘themed cities’ to give a taste of the world as it used to be. Scholars attempt to interpret General Ibrahim’s prophetic dream when the city receives the gift of a Trojan Horse.
Dictator, Part 3: Joe describes his escape from the circus; this is followed by Joe’s delusional wish (as the Dictator) to become God and exist for all eternity. In a state of decline, and now delusional, Joe emcees his own fashion show.
All Parts are 1 hour (60 min).
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