Graham’s review published on Letterboxd:
"So the mans sometimes tell lies?"
- Tutar Sagdiyev
Well, sometimes they tell the truth. But only on rare occasions it seems.
While this obviously lacked the originality of the first time around, Borat still delivers a scathing perspective on parts of the US. Is it political? Yeah, probably, but frankly if it had been the other team in the firing line it would have been just as funny.
"I found a new book which only tells the truth. It's called Facebook."
Maria Bakalova as Tutar was a brilliant addition to the movie. Girl Power! Khazak-style.
By the way, Judith in the synagogue was a beautiful person and I reckon everyone should have a grandma like that. What a wonderful person.