The name is Ronald Lauder.”Vassilenko is also chagrined at Borat’s portrayal of women in Kazakh society, epitomized by his claim that “in Kazakhstan we say, ‘God, man, horse, dog, then woman, then rat.’ ” Vassilenko said, “I don’t think our women like that, not to mention the men.
We have women ministers, women judges, businesspeople.” Nor should Borat have been appalled, as he was in one episode, to learn that American women can vote.
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All through it I was either choking laughing, or squirming in my chair at the Americans and their lack of savvy for the gag & racism. Haven't seen the film, nor do I intend to, Sasha Baron Cohen just doesn't tickle my funny bone, I'm afraid.
Interestingly I read an article by SBC on how he was seeking to show the inherant ignorance & biggotry that exists in all or us. I did love the Kazakhstan president, saying he wasn't overly impressed with Borat's depiction of his people, or of his country, but they'd survived Stalin, so would cope with Borat!! Wether u love or hate borat i'd still recommend this film - just to see the reactions of all the people to borat!
(That may be because the crime is more likely to go unreported.)So what the national sport of Kazakhstan?
“The most known ones are wrestling and all kinds of sports that try people in how they master horses,” Vassilenko said.
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The booming Russian ethnic score melts into Harry Nilsson's "Everybody's Talking' At Me" and the film gets ambitious: it spoofs Jon Voight's incongruous cowboy character walking down Manhattan in Midnight Cowboy (1969).
(In real life, Cohen is an observant Jew, but the Anti-Defamation League also condemned him, arguing that “the irony may have been lost on some of the audience.”) “He says things that make people think that Kazakhstan really is a backward country,” Vassilenko said last week from his office in Washington.