Ratko: The Dictator's Son

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Ratko: The Dictator's Son
Poster of the movie Ratko- The Dictator's Son.jpg
Directed by Savage Steve Holland
Produced by Barry Layne
Paul Hertzberg
Written by Robert Mittenthal
Michael Rubiner
Starring Efren Ramirez
Adam West
Katrina Bowden
Cinematography William D. Barber
Editing by Sherwood Jones
Justin Kanew
Cindy Parisott
Studio Cinetel Films
Distributed by National Lampoon Inc.
Release dates 10 January 2009 (Canada)
Country United States
Language English

Ratko: The Dictator's Son also known as National Lampoon's Ratko: The Dictator's Son is a 2009 teen comedy directed by Savage Steve Holland. The film was produced by Intermedia Films and Cinetel Films and was distributed by National Lampoon Inc. It was filmed in Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

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Ratko Volvic (Efren Ramirez), the son of an affluent Eastern European dictator (Adam West), enrolls for the freshman semester at an American university. His exotic accent and hedonistic lifestyle soon establish him as the most colorful character on campus. But when Ratko falls hard for student activist Holly (Katrina Bowden), he begins to question his father's true character and where all his wealth actually came from.[1]

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