'Borat' Movie Banned by Kazakh Movie Chain
Speaking broken English peppered with something resembling Polish, he also expresses support for the U.S.-led "war of terror" and provokes homophobic remarks from unsuspecting Americans.
Ruslan Sultanov, distribution manager for Otau Cinema, says, "We consider this movie offensive, a complete lie and nonsense. It's a shame that some Americans will probably believe what they see there."
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