Blood Moon Dance In Borat 2 Has Viewers Not Knowing Where To Look
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Borat Subsequent Moviefilm lands on Amazon Prime today and, as you can probably imagine, it's already got people talking.
The eagerly anticipated sequel to the 2006 flick looks to be every bit as controversial, but there's one scene in particular that some viewers struggled to get through.
This time around Borat (played by Sacha Baron Cohen) introduces us all to his daughter, Tutar (played by Maria Bakalova) and during the film the father and daughter partake in Blood Moon Dance while at debutante ball.
The dance starts with the pair stood alongside each other, while the other party goers clap along.
The Tutar begins to hop along the dance floor, before hitching up her dress and showing off her bloodied underpants and legs. A she does so there's an audible gasp from onlookers, while others avert their eyes.
This guy carries on clapping, though, fair play to him, doesn't want to disappoint the dancers:
After watching the movie social media shared their opinions on the scene on Twitter, with one person writing: "That new Borat had funny parts but that period dance was weird s***."
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Another admitted: "Didn't get that far... made it to the period blood dance at the debutant ball and turned it off."
But not everyone hated it, with a third chipping in: "Why is no one talking about how funny the new Borat is?! Omg @BoratSagdiyev the moon period dance, I cried!"
Well, it really wouldn't be a Sacha Baron Cohen if it didn't strongly split opinions, would it?
Elsewhere in the movie, Tutar poses as a Russian reporter who asks Rudy Giuliani to a hotel room for a drink.
Giuliani, 76, accompanies her to a hotel room rigged with secret cameras, where he can be seen putting a microphone on.
Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, is filmed laying back on the bed, messing with his untucked shirt and fiddling with his trousers, as Tutar takes off her mic before Borat bursts in wearing lingerie.
The scene caused a bit of a stir, but Giuliani has shot down any claims of funny business, saying: "The Borat video is a complete fabrication. I was tucking in my shirt after taking off the recording equipment.
"At no time before, during, or after the interview was I ever inappropriate. If Sacha Baron Cohen implies otherwise he is a stone-cold liar."
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is available to watch on Amazon Prime now.
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