The embarrassing truth Baron Cohen fell for a prank in the sequel to Rudy Giulia’s soon-to-be-released film “Borat”, President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer.
In the film, a copy of which was obtained by NBC News, Giuliani and a fictional young female journalist, who was part of Cohen’s bite, can be seen going to the hotel bedroom for a drink – at the woman’s invitation – the mayor is clearly considered That is a real interview about the coronavirus epidemic and Trump’s response to the crisis.
The incident happened because 76-year-old Giuliani, with the help of the actress, was trying to remove his microphone, which was used as part of the film’s “interview” with him.
The film, which will be released on Amazon Prime Video on Friday, shows Giulia burning on the bed and then putting her hand under her pants and rotating it for a few seconds while Borat is playing the role of a 24-year-old actress. The daughter who pretends to be a television reporter is standing in front of him.
NBC News obtained an advance version of the film, entitled “Borat’s Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of a Prodigious Bribe to the American Regime for Kazakhstan’s Glorious Nation Make Benefit.”
Gualiani and the woman, recorded by what appears to be a hidden camera, finally intercepts Cohen, who enters the bedroom in his bored man, and shouts: “She’s 15. She’s too old for you!”
Giulia sits up quickly and is shocked by the presence of Cohen, who wears a pink outfit that looks like a lingerie.
The former mayor asks him: “Why are you dressed like this?”
Cohen-as-Boret replies: “She is my daughter. Please, take me instead.”
“I don’t want you,” Giuliani replied. He then walked out of the hotel suite.
Regarding the film, Giuliani, who had no reason to believe the fictional interviewer was a minor, did not immediately ask NBC News text messages to comment on his appearance in the film.
In addition to what is seen in the movie, NBC News does not know what happened before or after the filmed event.
The film also features a scene in which actress Maria Bacalova, who plays Borat’s daughter, asks Giuliani about the coronavirus epidemic. He replied that China “produced” the Covid-19 and “deliberately spread it around the world.”
“I don’t think anyone is eating a bat,” she joked before, saying she had never eaten a bat before. She agrees if she eats one.
The prank is one of the most notable moments of the “Borat” sequel, including a scene in which Cohen crashes the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) wearing a full-body Trump costume.
The film featured a preview of the former mayor’s appearance in The New York Post this summer. In early July, Giuliani said he called the New York City Police Department after the setup.
“This guy ran inside wearing a crazy, what I would say was pink transgender outfit,” Giuliani said, referring to Cohen.
“This guy comes to scream and scream, and I thought this must be a scam or a shake, so I reported it to the police. He then ran away,” he added, admitting he didn’t realize right away that Cohen was behind. Stunt.
“I realized later that he must be the real Baron Cohen. I thought about all the people who had been fooled before and I felt good about myself because he didn’t get me,” Giulini said.