Answer: Kim Jong-il
Kim Jong-il-Supreme North Korea leader from 1994 until his death in 2011 – was a dictator who seemed to bow to showing the world exactly how a mandatory film dictator would run the show if it was released on the real world. His fame began even before he stepped up to power and worked under his father in the various ministries of the Communist regime. Among the many bizarre exploits and activities attributed to the late leader is a particularly bizarre "truth stranger than fiction" that North Korean agents kidnap a film director to recreate Godzilla .
Jong-il had a long history as a movie African lady who preceded his rise to power. Before he succeeded in bringing his father as ruler in North Korea, he was responsible for the Motion Picture and Arts Division of the Propaganda and Agitation Department, where he oversaw the production of many local films and propaganda wheels. The North Korean film industry was, as you can imagine, in view of the cultural and economic isolation it has been in since the 1940s. To enhance the quality of the films produced by North Korea's film industries, Jong-il considered kidnapping the famous Korean director Shin Sang-ok and his ex-wife actor Choi Eun-hee.
The future dictator kept two isolated for several years before reuniting in 1983 and urging them to create films for North Korea. After completing over 20 films, the last movie they made was the re-creation of the movie Godzilla (one of Kim Jong's favorites). The result was a campaign film called Pulgasari – a godzilla-esque film heavy on criticism of capitalism and the West.
In 1986, one year after the release of Pulgasari Shin Sang-ok and Choi Eun-hee visited Vienna to attend a film festival where they managed to escape their North Korean bodyguards, run to an American embassy and make a basis for political asylum. North Korea denied any commitment (even though the two had audio tape by Jong-il directly explaining why he had kidnapped them) and claimed that the two had willingly declined from South Korea in exchange for large sums of money.