if you are too much into Jesus (It is supposed to bother you, if you really get it). (For those that have seen Borat: you probably know what to expect. I was going to give this movie a lower rating, but it had the balls to venture into timely and debatable topics, which ultimately paid off (not without consequences, though and I respect Sacha Baron Cohen and everyone else for that). If you almost died of laughter during a certain hotel scene in Borat, go see Bruno immediately and prepare for almost certain death.). All I know is that I laughed a lot during this movie. Others are clearly scripted, but not less funny for that (watch the ending credits for an example). The humour is a mix of subtle (less people will understand it obvious and ridiculous (you laugh due to his randomness and stupidity). They held nothing back while writing this and coming up with ideas, which is kind of evident from the amount of stuff under 'Controversies' in its Wikipedia article. These people become rude the second Borat offends their sense of propriety.
It will once again lead to lots of controversy and imitation at thousands of workplaces around the globe. Sacha Baron Cohen comes to America in the guise of Borat Sagdiyev and wreaks his own brand of Kazakhi havoc in this very very funny film. On his journey Borat and his producer encounter a country full of strange and wonderful Americans, real people in real chaotic situations with hysterical consequences. I would probably react much the same as many of the people in this film if this crazy-looking and sounding man appeared out of nowhere and began to antagonize.
New Yorkers threaten Borat with physical violence when permanenta ögonfransar stockholm he approaches them on a subway. Borat takes a course in New York City to understand American humor. The majority of people treat Borat in the condescending way of those who want to think of themselves as being culturally aware without really knowing anything at all about other cultures. If this is disgusting, then Charles Chaplin's "The Great Dictator" was disgusting, "because it glorified Adolf Hitler, and expressed hatred against the Jews". Indeed, if there is any message to be had from"Borat" (and I #39;m not sure there is much of one, beyond its fascinating cultural experiments it #39;s that everyone needs to lighten up and not take themselves so image of Americans projected. Still, confrontations with a number of people, among which a few famous ones, seem sincere, and work on multiple levels, as in Borat. After all, virtually every person in this film was offended at one point or another, and as far as I can tell, all of them lived to tell about. He is sent from his home to America by his government to make a documentary about American society and culture.