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Ali G indahouse

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Threat advisory: High - High risk of entertaining activities

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Movie propaganda

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When the manager of the John Nike leisure centre on Ali G\'s (Sacha Baron Cohen) West Staines massive turf tells Ali that the centre is being shut down through lack of funding, Ali\'s immediate concern is the alternative boy scout club that he runs there. "How is dese kids gonna make it outta de ghetto now?" Embarking on a one man mission to save the centre, he chains himself to a bus stop in Staines where he unwittingly draws attention to himself from local MPs, who, in search of a new, young, intellectual needed to win the Staines by-election, feel they have found their man. Persuading Ali that his best chance of saving the centre would be to run for government, Ali G does just that.

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With the support of his Nan (Barbara New), his girlfriend Me Julie (Kellie Bright) and his best friend Ricky C (Martin Freeman), Ali G wins the seat in his home town and abandoning his friends and family, heads to the houses of parliament as the PM\'s (Michael Gambon) right hand man. But all is not as it seems, for the scheming Deputy Prime Minister, Carlton (Charles Dance), is in fact using Ali\'s political inexperience to bring down the PM and so open the leadership door for himself.

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Theatrical propaganda posters

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Target demographic movie keyword propaganda

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  • Film comedy street cred politics
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Persons of interest

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  • Sacha Baron Cohen .... Ali G
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  • Charles Dance .... Deputy Prime Minister Carlton
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  • Michael Gambon .... Prime Minister
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  • Martin Freeman .... Ricky C
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  • Kellie Bright .... Me Julie
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  • Barbara New .... Nan
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  • Emilio Rivera .... Rico
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  • Dan Mazer .... Screenwriter
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  • Sacha Baron Cohen .... Screenwriter
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  • Steve Bendelack .... Director
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Cinematic intelligence sources

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Intelligence analyst

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Special Agent Matti

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Theatrical report

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It is what it is: a feature film about the TV show. You will need to like the TV show to like the feature film.

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Security censorship classification

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MA 15+

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Surveillance time

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87 minutes (1:27 hours)

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Not for public release in Australia before date

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Film: 18 July 2002
DVD rental: Undated November 2002

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