Published on October 30, 2020 by Darren
I published a new one As part of Piece at The dropout this evening. With the release of Borat Subsequent movie film Last week it seemed like an interesting opportunity to take a look at the return of the Kazakh cartoon and examine how the character had changed in the fourteen years since it was released Borate.
Perhaps the most surprising aspect of Borat Subsequent movie film is the way it offers a much more conventional structure – and even a character arc – than the original film. It’s an odd choice, especially given the ridiculed sensitivity of the film and the character’s eccentric nature. However, it also shows how much the world has changed since the original film was released. Borat Subsequent movie film realizes the world has changed, so maybe Borat should, too.