Borat's Daughter Swallows The Baby In Glorious Clip For Subsequent Moviefilm

Borat uses the weirdness of the English language to get into yet another awkward situation, this time with his daughter in tow.


The legendary Khazak journalist Borat Sagiyev returns from his 14-year hiatus in just a few days for his sequel, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. Before the film hits, though, we have a clip to let us know that Borat is going to deliver exactly what we're hoping for.

Borat (Sacha Baron Cohen) is once again touring America to poke fun at all of the country's political weirdness. This time, though, he has his daughter in tow. The identity of the actress playing his daughter is currently a carefully-guarded secret, though the internet thinks it might be Maria Bakalova. The two stop by a bakery in the Carolinas for cupcakes, and pick out one decorated with a baby. Borat's daughter accidentally swallows the toy, and the two head to a women's clinic for some help.

"I have a baby inside me, and I want to take it out of me," the young woman tells the horrified Pastor Jonathan Bright. You know how it goes from there, but you have to watch the clip anyway.

The film has Borat doing things like sneaking into the Conservative Political Action Conference and to spend five days fully in-character as he lived in a house with two conspiracy theorists during the pandemic. Cohen told the New York Times recently that "in 2005, you needed a character like Borat who was misogynist, racist, anti-Semitic to get people to reveal their inner prejudices. Now those inner prejudices are overt. Racists are proud of being racists." Cohen says that while the aim of the sequel is to make viewers laugh, "we reveal the dangerous side to authoritarianism."

Borat Subsequent Moviefilm stars and is produced by Sacha Baron Cohen and releases on Amazon Prime Video on October 23.

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