You’ve Laughed at ‘Borat,’ Now Watch These Five Films from Kazakhstan

Sacha Baron Cohen’s outrageous 2006 comedy “Borat,” about a fictional Kazakhstani reporter traveling through United States, put the Central Asian nation in the consciousness of most Americans for the first time. Back then, Kazakhstan’s government had an understandable reaction to the comedian’s crude and stereotypical portrayal of the ex-Soviet republic. Now, 16 years later, with…

You’ve Laughed at ‘Borat,’ Now Watch These Five Films from Kazakhstan
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