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"We support your war of terror", Borat Sagdiyev tells an American rodeo crowd. The crowd roar their approval, but end up almost chasing him out of the ring when he massacres The Star Spangled Banner in Kazakh. It's just one of many occasions where Baron Cohen's Borat embraces the American way.
The humour throughout is crude, rude and in places hilarious. Notable examples include Borat and his producer fighting naked in a busy hotel lobby, Borat learning the finer points of American humour and the truly cringe-worthy fine-dining experience.
Forget the foam-light storyline (Kazakh reporter flies to the US to find Pamela Anderson, then stuff her into the traditional wedding sack beloved by all Kazakh brides) and feel the width of the comedy. The satirical skills of Sacha Baron Cohen along with writer Todd Phillips (Old School) and director Larry Charles (formerly a writer on Seinfeld), makes for a winning combination and one of the most unlikely comedy classics in recent memory.