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 MY REVIEW! (no spoilers), waaawaaweeewaaaa
DaniusCaesar
Posted: Oct 14 2006, 01:21 AM


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HELL YEAH!

I just got home from the "Borat: cloafmbgnok" screening at the Haifa film festival.
Let me tell you this- thumbup1.gif .

This is my review, focusing on the atmosphere of the film rather then the content itslef. I write to you not as a journalist reviewing the film for the public, but as a TBB member writing to other borat fanatics.

So here is my reportings, chenkwee:

I got to the festival with a friend. Our first task was to find some parking, and being a Jew, I looked for free parking (no money needed).
We got about 30 mintues earlier so we had some beers, and discuseed Borat. On this time we realised that the screening was moved to the main hall (a f#cking huge place) as the original hall was sold out instantly once they announced the screening in the internet (I was qucik enough to buy 2 tickets in great spots).

We also realised that the place is packed with tons of celebreties. Every famous comdien in Israel was there. Everybody wanted to see "Borat: cloafmbgnok" and give him respect. We got to our seats and cracked some Borat jokes with the people around us.

When the film began, the audience went wild. Basiclly everybody was screaming. I understood that the public was aware of Borat and everybody were fans.

The film itself kicked ass. I don't want to talk about the content since there are enough spoilers already, but let me tell you few things. The film is hilourios both to Borat experts (like us) and to people who don't know him. There are certain jokes from the series that were remade and generally, I kinda knew whats coming up-next. I wasn't really surprised by the jokes yet they were very funny to me. But "do not need worry"- there are some completly new jokes- one scene is unforgetable, and may be the #1 Borat moment ever!

Another intersting thing is this: Borat actually speaks HEBREW in most of his dialogs. When he's speaking "Kazaki" it's actually clear and perfectly pronounced Hebew words, actually phrases. He just talks Hebrew. Not random words (like Jagshemesh Chenkwee and Jendobrie) but complete lines.
This ofcourse, thanks to SBC's perfect knowledge of Hebrew.
Moreover, there's a some special bonuses for Hebrew speakers since there are some jokes in the Hebrew itself (funny terms, defenitions and more).
Imagine the Israeli crowd get wild out of any Borat "Kazaki" sentence!
No doubt about it- people who know Hebrew get some extra content and humour out of this film.
As far as I know, I'm the first one in the world reporting that. TBB exclusice wink.png

Anyway, I had a balst. At the end of the screening, everybody gave standing clapping with hands. It is a brilliant movie.

Guys, you will NOT be disappointed. If not- Borat will crush you.

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Posted: Oct 14 2006, 09:18 AM


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Sounds good, but I can't speak jew-language cry.gif


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Posted: Oct 14 2006, 10:05 AM


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I indeed noticed that he spoke Hebrew (glshlgshlg), but what did Azamat speak?


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That's a good question. I'm sure that like Borat- it was some kind of exsiting language. It would be too hard to come with so many Jibrish words... maybe Polish or something?
We should ask other TBB members to help us out. Maybe Primier WebMaster can brings this up to the main page of boratonline.co.uk.

Man, I was so impressed by SBC's Hebrew! Still can't believe it. He used such funny terms you know... when you see the film and see the English translation for Borat's dialogs, it's a simple translation from Hebrew to English...


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Posted: Oct 14 2006, 12:03 PM


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I could tell if it was Polish but I havent seen any screenings like you jews. However its only half of month left...

Are hebrew things translated?


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Posted: Oct 14 2006, 12:28 PM


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In the movie itself there are many scenes in which Borat speaks "Kazaki". As I said, it's Hebrew.

Since we had Hebrew subtitles in the screening, when Borat spoke Hebrew we could both read and hear it.

Again- these are not random words mixed together, but whole lines in Hebrew which are part of the script. When he has a conversation with Azamat Bagatov- Borat says what he wants in Hebrew.

Therefore- I'm sure that the Hebrew will be translated to the language of the location where the movies is shown.


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Posted: Oct 14 2006, 09:52 PM


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Oh my god! Now I'm really dying to see it! damn! that Hebrew speaking mother fucker.
And let me ask you this, what comedians were there?


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Posted: Oct 15 2006, 04:31 AM


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Too many to list here,
Let me just say that Idan Allterman sat next to me and Kobi Oz was in front of me.


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Posted: Oct 15 2006, 09:32 PM


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Danius - I put your review as a mini-news item on the home page - interesting stuff!


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DaniusCaesar
Posted: Oct 16 2006, 05:00 PM


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GREAT SUCCESS!
Since my review went to BoratOnLine.co.uk home page, over 15 girls contacted me in request for sexy time!

I now 32nd famous man in Israel.


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Posted: Oct 16 2006, 08:01 PM


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I am pretty sure that Azamat speaks romanian...
Almost all the secondary characters from the movie (supossedly kazakhi) are from poor parts of Romania.
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Posted: Oct 16 2006, 08:49 PM


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Maybe,
But I think that they casted Azamat Bagatov by his looks rather then his language. If I'm not mistaken, there are no parts in which Azamat talks with native Kazakhs.

I assume he speaks the language he knows, like SBC who talks Hebrew.

We should check the biography of the actor playing Azamat, and try to figure it out.


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Posted: Oct 20 2006, 02:51 PM


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We're gonna need translations of the Hebrew after a while.


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Posted: Oct 20 2006, 04:28 PM


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AC,
Read again what I've wrote-
I believe that the Hebrew will be translated anyway- since it contains parts of the scenario.


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