Rudy Giuliani appears in a new documentary by comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, in which the former mayor of New York is shown with his hands under his pants. Filmed in a New York hotel room in July, the scene is part of a sequel to Cohen’s hit film Borat – Giuliani called the police.
The scene ends with Giuliani lying on the bed without unbuttoning his shirt, with an actress posing as a journalist nearby.
Giuliani went to a hotel room thinking he was being interviewed about US President Donald Trump’s COVID-19 response. In the film, the young woman invites him to the bedroom, which is rigged with hidden cameras.
Giuliani then asks for his phone number and address. He lay back on the bed and had his hands in his pants.
The hotel room scene ends when Baron Cohen, disguised as a staff member, yells that a young woman is 15 and enters the room in extravagant attire. Until then, there are no indications that she may be younger. The film stars Borat’s daughter – actress Maria Bakalova and is 24 years old according to the date of birth listed on IMDb.
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Giuliani did not immediately comment. Although he called police after that encounter, there were no indications that an investigation had been launched. Giuliani spoke to the New York Post’s page six column about the July incident, but did not mention Encounter’s bedroom content.
New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, who profiled Baron Cohen before the film’s release, tweeted Wednesday about the scene: “It’s wilder than it sounds. Beyond Crunch.”
Trolling those close to Trump is a central theme for the new Borat The film is a sequel to the 2006 documentary Baron Cohen’s Role in the United States, promoting sexist, racist and anti-Semitic views and unknowingly receiving similar responses.
For Borat’s next movie: The Great Bribery of the American Rule to Benefit Kazakhstan’s Great Country, Baron Cohen returns from Kazakhstan as his alter-ego, in which he seeks to present his daughter as a gift to US Vice President Mike Pence.
Closest to Borat is the Conservative Political Action Conference, where he yells at Pence that he brought a woman for himself. With Donald Trump in a costume and bachelorette, slung over his shoulder, Baron Cohen rushes out through the security.
This leads to a second plan involving Giulia ending up in a hotel room scene.
Giuliani finalized a 15-year divorce from his wife last December.
Baron Cohen has a history of choking on fun at traditional people. For his 2018 Showtime Series Who is America, British comedian gets former Vice President of the United States Dick Cheney to sign the waterboarding kit. The comedian conducted a “pedophile test” on a sketch with former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore. Moore sued Encounter.