Brüno 's Over-the-Top Deleted Scene
BY William McGuinness
July 08 2009 12:00 AM ET
Following the release of Borat , critics broke down the movie, looking for intent and insight into Cohen's mind, wondering how it worked and exactly what the film achieved.
Day said Cohen's new movie isn't a thickly veiled kick to the face of the LGBT community.
"I don't think Sacha Baron Cohen hates us. I don't think he thinks about us one way or another. How could he? We're not him," he said. "But even with a blank check to make any movie he wanted, he decided to go down a path that all but guaranteed he would sell us out. It's his right, of course. I just wish he had the balls to be more honest about it."
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