ensemble and 'hilarious' broken English accents until the early hours of tomorrow morning, I fear.
If most people have probably forgotten that Borat
was Oscar-nominated - strangely in the best adapted screenplay category - it's doubtful if Brno will follow suit.
said he was hoping to meet Madonna after reading about her adoption of 13 month old Malawian boy David Banda.
Thus a southern society hostess shows incredible poise when Borat
returns to the dinner table, having excused himself to visit the toilet, holding a plastic bag full of excrement.
, a nitwit, racist, sexist, anti-Semite and all-around pig, is the brainchild of Sacha Baron Cohen, an Englishman famous for creating the character of Ali G, a fake journalist who succeeded in landing interviews with such luminaries as Patrick Buchanan and Andy Rooney, who were then made to look like fools.
The situations depicted in the film are, with one notable exception, all real: these people truly believe Borat
to be a visitor from another country, keen to absorb good ole fashioned American values.
film, featuring Sacha Baron Cohen's character on a road trip through the US, has already made pounds 166million worldwide.
Actually, this argument relates not only to Borat
, but touches also the hate-speech problem in general a problem which is still hotly debated, as the recent "Michael Richards controversy" shows.
society comes to mind instantly as a possible important progenitor: Borat
's rodeo performance on the Iraq War strikes me as vintage Lenny.
The only thing anybody in England knows about Kazakhstan is that that's where Borat
comes from, so the usual slew of Borat
specials has been dredged up by bookmakers.
KAZAKHSTAN coach Bernd Storck is on a mission to get his country known for football rather than comedy character Borat
- and he is deadly serious about facing England at Wembley.