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DescriptionThe chief source of beer from watching any segment of "Borat" (or film in general) is watching how "normal" people, caught in unusual situations for these people, try to escape such difficult circumstances. The 1st Borat was largely apolitical, enthusiastic about exposing American hypocrisy. Well, there are a variety, the reality is weirder than fiction, even when the idea of truth in this instance simply will not exist. The sequel, certainly, looks more like a propaganda campaign in support of Biden, but we be forced to pay tribute: it took Cohen 14 years to take Borat back for the screens. Realizing that this character became a victim of her own success and might do not fool people, within the sequel the Kazakh reporter is exhumed effortlessly possible cynicism: he was coded in the proper direction and is not a blind copy of the initial; nevertheless, the sequel added interesting, relevant tips for the present day world.

Borat 2 isn't quite as fresh, but that is for being expected. You can enjoy it on totally free. The thought itself has lost its originality. To make up, Cohen geared towards larger targets for his trademark satire: President Trump, his entourage, along with their politics. In this case, editing plays a vital role inside the sequel to Borat. The most effective scenes are those wherein Borat interacts with American people: a plastic surgeon, supporters of your Republican Party, some Redneck cattle. Yes, the Kazakh reporter sings songs on how to arrange the Wuhan flu well for Obama, dances very frivolously together with his on-screen daughter, as well as disguises to be a cartoonish Jew and attends synagogue.

The tale, insofar mainly because it matters for such a provocative film, is really loads of cash important. We have spent above ten years from the Gulag, Borat Sagdiev was launched on condition that she again travels to the United States and give a bribe to Mike Pence by means of a monkey. The chimpanzee, alas, dies on how from Kazakhstan on the United States. The plans on the leaders change, and Borat himself decides offer Pence as a present to his fifteen-year-old daughter. The daughter absorbs the ideas of feminism and freedom and commits sacrilege - she will no longer considers herself the property of her father!

Because of its provocative content, the sequel to "Borat" aroused great interest in the media, however, to be truthful, there is less scandalous material here compared with the first part. It sounds as if many of the real participants in Borat's antics were confused on this occasion and tried to de-stress their counterparts. Which is, a fake Kazakh journalist aroused contempt in the individual, even though the "sent Cossacks" may be immediately noticed: again, by their reply to the eccentricities in the protagonist or his daughter.

On the flip side, if Borat II can be regarded as a component film, then, as with the main, it uses the technique of a stranger outside of your respective own environment to emphasize the cultural norms of Americans. Now, the themes will be more taboo: racism and everyday misogyny. Cohen will go to manage them not in the subtle way, but by making use of a sledgehammer of satire. Borat reveals his shortcomings and, even though Sagdiev treats his daughter like this, this artistic technique allows his interlocutors to show themselves, albeit on occasion, and “virtual&rdquo ;."Borat 2" is funny often, but usually it truly is uncomfortable, precisely because the understanding of what reality we live in. As being a political satire, the sequel to "Borat" appears like a project rather random, but when the script travels through the Trump administration, he is doing it with pleasure.

"Nraitsa", as Borat himself would say - this project is gloomy, however funny, rough in a great way and, curiously, is one area more. A bold and uncomfortable, sardonic comedy just as before reveals the poisonous mix of arrogance and ignorance of America (and, probably, of your contemporary society in general), therefore it is appropriate that the most "famous" report of Kazakhstan again got up-to-date exactly in 2020: back then disagreements, confident marching tolerance (on the verge of fascism) and, obviously, a regrettable pandemic. Have a look at what is the news of real life: it is no wonder that with this absurdity in another world, i.e. the world of art, there were is the space such a person as Borat. Regardless, a look at the deeds of the eccentric man, certainly, , a type of ideological test of Rorschach: negative credit the "life of a white man" it causes shock, disgust, laughter, however, it is definitely worth noting that now won't end soon. Eh, you aren't Borat if you ask me!

7 outside of 10

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