Disguised as a dictator – from his former partner Saddam Hussein Iraqi Mach-inspired role in the movie “The Dictator” – the Englishman rode on Wednesday morning on a camel across the famous beach promenade “La Croisette” of the southern French city. The show attracted a swarm of onlookers promptly, journalists, photographers and cameramen at – and caused major traffic obstructions.
Known as “Borat”
Before a café terrace of the 40-year-old got off his camel, which had hired the U.S. film production company Paramount specifically for the PR campaign. Then he bought a luxury boutique an orange scarf that he umband the animal. The film “The Dictator” is in theaters this week. It plays Baron Cohen, the lead role of a bearded ruler, “the risk of his life, so never be democracy in so devotedly oppressed country gained entrance.”
The general public was the comedian as “Borat,” a Kazakh journalist, and “Bruno” a gay fashion reporter from Austria, is known. The Cannes Film Festival was to open in the evening. As the first official competition of the movie “Moonrise Kingdom” the U.S. director Wes Anderson was on the program.