Sacha Baron Cohen’s new film about a gay Austrian model’s adventures through America is a follow up to his Borat movie from a few years ago. Word has it that it is loaded with gay sex scenes and much crude humor, making Borat seem tame in comparison.
The Motion Picture Association of America originally gave the film the dreaded NC-17 rating forcing the filmmakers to cut scenes and make Bruno more palatable for the masses.
After seeing the latest cut, the ratings board reversed it’s decision and gave Bruno an R for “pervasive strong and crude sexual content, graphic nudity and language.”
Meanwhile the poster for the movie has recently been released, and you can catch the trailer at: http://www.thebrunomovie.com