Bruno film banned in Malaysia: official

Bruno film banned in Malaysia: official

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Muslim-majority Malaysia has banned British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen's raunchy comedy Bruno because it contains "a lot of sex," a senior official says. The film, which stars Cohen as a gay Austrian fashionista, has been a box office hit in some countries while being banned elsewhere for over-the-top scenes including sex acts and full-frontal nudity.

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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

#153 Oct 17, 2009
malaysia adalah pecundang.sok keropos.suka merebut/menggeser tanah orang lain.serakah.tamak.mengaku-nga ku.

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