When Sacha Baron Cohen grants an interview, it's usually in character — as Borat, the clueless faux-Kazakh journalist; or as Bruno, the outrageously shallow, ostentatiously gay Austrian fashionista at the center of Cohen's most recent film, released on DVD Tuesday. Cohen says the character of Bruno — which he developed before Ali G or Borat — has gotten him into plenty of trouble over the years. But with Bruno, they would get actively angry. So Cohen took Bruno to some of the most dangerous settings he could dream up.
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CIA contacts, a web of lies, and a robust propaganda operation. It's time to start asking questions about Borat's methods—and his goals. Ayman Abu Aita is a family man. For years, he was a grocer by trade, running his shop in Bethlehem while serving on the board of the Holy Land Trust, a nonprofit group working for peaceful reconciliation in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The interview in question—conducted in character by Sacha Baron Cohen and featured in his movie Bruno —had been held under false pretenses, and deceptively edited to boot.
Several black-clad guards stood sentinel outside the West Hollywood hotel suite where Sacha Baron Cohen was doing interviews about his new Netflix series, The Spy. Was I being trolled by a consummate prankster? Or was all the hoopla because he was promoting The Spy, a series based on the true story of Israeli spy Eli Cohen, on the same day that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced he would bar two Democratic congresswomen from entering Israel? Baron Cohen forged his career as a satirical trickster who took on the guise of clueless, swaggering characters such as Ali G and Borat —personae who tricked the powerful and powerless into revealing their hypocrisies, vanities, and prejudices. In disguise, Baron Cohen convinced Dick Cheney to sign his waterboarding kit and pooped in a planter in front of the Trump International Hotel.