It’s really occurring.
After rumors began to fly over the summer season that comedian Sacha Baron Cohen had secretly filmed a sequel to his 2006 movie Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan and a mysterious video appeared on the @KazakhstanGovt Twitter account congratulating “Premier Trump” on his big debate victory Tuesday night time, the official trailer lastly dropped on Thursday.
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery Of Prodigious Bribe To American Regime For Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan is ready to premiere on Amazon Prime Video on October 23rd, simply earlier than the 2020 election. And the trailer reveals that it was one of many few films filmed in the course of the coronavirus pandemic.
The premise is that after Borat Sagdiyev introduced “great shame” to Kazakhstan together with his first movie, he has been instructed to return to America to hold out a “secret mission.” The drawback, as we see in the opening scenes, is that almost all Americans acknowledge him now so he should make use of a sequence of elaborate disguises—very like Baron Cohen was forced to do for his recent Showtime series Who Is America?
Borat’s mission, it appears, is to marry off his daughter to Vice President Mike Pence (or Mikhael Pence as his character is called on IMDb, which additionally lists Rudy Giuliani as playing himself). Along the best way, he visits what he thinks is an abortion clinic however is definitely a pro-life “Women’s Health Center” and “quarantines” with a bunch of right-wing males who apparently missed out on the unique film.
“What is more dangerous, this virus or the Democrat?” Borat requested him, to which they unanimously reply, “Democrats.”
But the climax of the trailer—and presumably the film—comes at CPAC 2020 the place Borat places on a reasonably convincing Trump costume and gives up his daughter to Pence throughout his speech. “Michael Pennis, I brought a girl for you!” he shouts from the gang.
What’s exceptional now wanting again is that conservative web sites just like the Daily Caller really lined the incident again in February with out figuring out that Baron Cohen was behind the prank, noting that “less than 10 minutes into the vice president’s remarks, a protester dressed like the president stood up near the front of the audience and began yelling about Trump and ‘white supremacy.’”
In video footage captured from the second, the gang begins chanting “USA! USA!” to drown out Baron Cohen, who may be seen holding a girl in a sack over his shoulder. That alone ought to have been a tip-off following the stunt he pulled with Pamela Anderson for the first Borat film. Security walked Baron Cohen and his co-star out of the room as Pence boasted about Trump’s spectacular victory in his more-or-less uncontested New Hampshire main.
Among the most important remaining questions forward of the movie’s launch is whether or not Baron Cohen’s epic prank on a right-wing militia rally in Olympia, Washington, again in June was for this film or another secret mission.