The appearance of Rudy Giulian, 76, in the new film Borat has caused a stir. Among other things Vanity Fairin and The Guardian the use of Giulian in the scene described by him has been considered completely inappropriate.
In the movie Sacha Baron Cohenin the 15-year-old daughter of the Borat character Tutar (played by 24-year-old Maria Bakalova) fits an interview with Giuliani and invites him to a hotel room where Giuliani is seen holding the girl by the hand and praising her appearance. The girl then directs Giulian to the bedroom and takes her microphone off.
The excitement has been aroused in particular by the fact that Giuliani then lies down on the bed and pushes his hand into his pants before Borat, played by Cohen, suddenly enters the room and interrupts the situation.
– He’s 15. He’s too old for you, says Cohen according to The Guardian.
The film is scheduled to appear next Friday on the Amazon Prime live stream, but various magazines have already revealed parts of its plot.
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Giuliani called the police
Giuliani recently reported the incident to police. Page Six According to the magazine, the scam took place at the Mark Hotel in New York, where Giuliani thought he was giving a serious interview about the U.S. administration’s response to the corona crisis.
Giuliani is known as a former mayor of New York and a lawyer for current President Donald Trump. In June, he told Page Six that he did not immediately recognize Cohen, who he said was wearing a pink bikini.
– This person came in screaming and screaming, and I thought this must be a scam or robbery, so I reported it to the police. He then ran away, describing Giuliani’s situation at the time.
– I only realized later that it had to be Sacha Baron Cohen. I thought of all those he had cheated on before, and I felt good because he didn’t get me, Giuliani said in June.
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is a sequel to the 2006 comedy hit. The film is a joke documentary. Cohen plays Kazakh TV reporter Borat Sagdiyev, who interviews various people, guiding them into awkward or even offensive situations.
– Thank you to all the Americans who haven’t sued me – yet, Cohen said when he picked up his Golden Globe Award for his role as Borat in 2007.