Još će ga sad i Rudy osramotiti.
Rudy Giuliani, who—among other despicable titles—is Trump's personal attorney, is damningly (and disgustingly) featured in Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat sequel.
Early Wednesday, the reviews and reactions embargo for the movie—the full title of which is Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan—was lifted and brought with it the reveal of what some would consider a spoiler. However, given the nature of the scene in question, it's easily argued that this is more than a worthy exception to the no-spoilers approach.
The scene in question sees the character of Borat’s daughter, who is referred to as 15-year-old “Tutar” in prior sections of the film, conducting an interview with Giuliani. The presented nature of the meeting appears unclear enough to (one would assume) raise some red flags for Giuliani and his team. The encounter proceeds before eventually being interrupted by Cohen in character as Borat, who states that she's 15, but not before Giuliani is seen making remarks about Tutar’s appearance and joining her in a bedroom.
Once in the bedroom, as Vanity Fair's Sonia Saraiya and others have pointed out in reviews, the 76-year-old Giuliani is seen lying on a bed and messing with his shirt while seemingly reaching into his pants. He's also seen in the footage consuming alcohol, eschewing all social distancing guidelines, agreeing to ingest a bat, and—as an example of perhaps his most frequent pastime—mindlessly praising Trump's pandemic tactics.
https://www.complex.com/life/2020/10/ru ... ZPAPOnum18
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