Iconic satirical film-maker Sacha Baron Cohen makes an open home very uncomfortable for one unsuspecting realtor.
Dressed as his most memorable character, Borat, Cohen asks his realtor about security measures against gypsies and makes racially prejudiced allusions to “men with chocolate face”.
The realtor has to field various ridiculous questions that other agents would never dream of hearing, such as: “If another of my wife die, is okay I bury her here? What if I just burn her?”
As you would expect from one of Cohen’s characters, there are some insanely archaic thoughts about women and marriage as well as some puerile toilet humour for the child in us all.