Borat is a mockumentary following Borat (Sacha Baron Cohen) as he leaves his fictitious home of Kazakh to travel through the United States and interview Americans. In fact, much of the movie is unscripted interviews with Americans who actually believe Cohen is Borat. A critical success, the film was praised for its satire and humor, even earning Cohen a Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar nomination.
However, designed to shock, the film will spark all manner of uncomfortable conversations regarding sexism, prejudice, politics, and more. And while you might be fine with having those conversations with your children, you will also have to endure a scene where two naked grown men fight over pictures of Pamela Anderson. Equally awkward to watch with the child or parents is Sacha Baron Cohen’s Bruno –which features a multi-second scene of nothing more than a penis swinging in circles.
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波拉特（Borat）是萨拉·巴伦·科恩（Sacha Baron Cohen）后来的一个模拟人物，他离开他的虚拟的哈萨克家庭，去到美国去访问美国人。事实上，这部电影的大部分内容都是与实际上相信科恩（电影导演）自己就是是波拉特的美国人的采访。这个电影取得了关键的成功，这部电影被讽刺和幽默称赞，甚至赢得了柯恩最佳改编剧本奥斯卡提名。然而，为了震撼，这部电影将会引发关于性别歧视，偏见，政治等方面的各种不安的对话。尽管与孩子交流对话可能会很好，但您也必须忍受两个裸体男子与帕米拉·安德森的照片相撞的场景。与孩子或父母同样尴尬的是Sacha Baron Cohen’s Bruno——其中的一个多秒的场景，只是一个阴茎摆动的圈子。谢谢阅读