World Sacha Baron Cohen had to fear for his life

00:15  10 october  2020
00:15  10 october  2020 Source:   bunte.de

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Controversial comedian and master of disguise Sacha Baron Cohen says that he feared for his life while filming a Borat 2 segment at a pro-gun rally. The famed comedian has made a career out of risking life and limb for the sake of laughs, but he seems to have genuinely upped the ante while

In a speech, the actor argued that Facebook would have run ads by Hitler. Here are his remarks in full.

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"A few times in my career I really feared for my life", says the comedian. Cohen had disguised himself as a singer with righteous ideas for the rally. "When the organizers finally stormed on stage, I hurried to a nearby getaway vehicle," he writes.

Semi-automatic weapons instead of pitchforks

An angry mob blocked the vehicle's path and beat the car with their fists. Although he was wearing a bulletproof vest, it felt "inadequate" as there were people with semi-automatic firearms in the crowd. Cohen had to use his entire body weight to prevent someone who had pulled the door open from the car. "I was lucky to get out of there in one piece."

In his article, Cohen points out that the coming weeks will tell whether the United States is equally lucky. What is meant is the upcoming presidential election on November 3rd. He also speaks out clearly against US President Donald Trump (74) and explains how dangerous conspiracy theories can be.

"La Flamme" lights up the Croisette at the opening of Canneseries .
© Valery HACHE / AFP (From L) Celine Sallette, Jonathan Cohen, Doria Tillier, Camille Chamoux and Youssef Hajdi arrive for the screening of "La Flamme" at Canneseries. Tuxedos-sneakers, dresses with sequins and surgical masks on the nose: the third edition of the Canneseries festival started on Friday evening in strict respect of barrier gestures, with the screening of three episodes of "La Flamme", a parody of the Bachelor signed by Jonathan Cohen.

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