Review: Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
Cohen GeniusThis movie isn't at all about Kazakhstan, or creating a photo-negative of PC blather.
I understood Cohen's intent the first time round. With an superlative character, the American public he interviews finds themselves readily comfortable to express their true thoughts. This is what the movie is about. This is really an examination of the 'behind-closed-doors' opinions of the US people. Its an answer to why both Sr. Bush, and Jr. Bush have been elected and still manage to hold on, to this day.
Anyone with an interest for the depths of human thought and behaviour must see this film.