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In this outrageous, hilarious mock-documentary, Kazakh reporter Borat travels across the US on a fact-finding mission. Along the way he meets and interviews real American citizens and manages to wind up everyone with his guileless sexism, racism, anti-Semitism and a spot of naked wrestling. Offensive maybe, but Baron Cohen sets out to satirise these attitudes, and quite bravely too - watching Borat wind up rodeo-goers with exhortations to support George Bush's war on terror is both almost unbearable and very, very funny.
This mockumentary about the worst - or quite possibly the best - rock group of all time is a hysterical cult classic.
14+ years 79 mins
Powerful biopic about stand-up comedian Lenny Bruce, who had boundary-pushing routines on stage and a chaotic, destructive private life off it.
16+ years 109 mins
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