In comedy Borat: American Cultural Lessons for the Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan Sacha Baron Cohen plays a Kazakh journalist who comes to America to host a TV show.
In his native Kazakhstan, Borat Sagdiyev (Sacha Baron Cohen) is a well-known television personality. He goes to New York to prepare a series of reports on America and Americans.
Borat: American Cultural Lessons for the Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
The journalist is having a good time in America. He sees beautiful things and meets nice people, all of which are great material for his show. Yet this is what happens Borat: American Cultural Lessons for the Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan Not quite as planned. And it’s all Pamela Anderson’s fault.
When Borat sees her in an episode of a series Baywatch He falls in love instantly. In fact, he won’t rest until he finds her and makes her his wife.
Sacha Baron Cohen
Sacha Baron Cohen and his crew shot large portions of the film Borat: American Cultural Lessons for the Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan With hidden cameras. Many of the people Borat spoke to in his documentary had no idea they were talking to an actor. Not everyone was happy about that. During the recordings, more than ninety people called the police to complain about the convulsive Kazakh journalist.
When the film was released, the Kazakh government was furious. Later, they managed to catch up: thanks to Borat, tourism in the country revived significantly. A sequel was published in 2020. This film also has a very long title: Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: A massive bribe is delivered to the American regime for the benefit of the once glorious nation of Kazakhstan.
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