san’s review published on Letterboxd:
A short and sweet documentary starring a young television reporter from Kazakhstan named Borat Sagdiyev. Bestowing upon himself to travel to the US of A, Borat desires to experience the culture that the greatest country in the world has to offer. Hopefully once his journey is over, Borat is then able to translate these traditions to the people of Kazakhstan. Pause...NOT!
It is very nice to say the least and frankly the movie speaks for itself. But even when a racist, sexist, homophobic, anti-semetic character interacts with Americans, I somehow feel more embarrassed by the Americans. Bless Sacha Baron Cohen for this offensive, hysterical exposé.