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Ali G Indahouse Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

Britain's satirist-of-all-trades [[Performer~P330033~Ali G~sachabaroncohen]] (aka [[Performer~P330033~Sacha Baron Cohen~sachabaroncohen]]) makes his feature-film debut with this gross-out comedy set against the backdrop of the House of Parliament. Where his British and U.S. TV shows had him conducting absurd interviews with real-life politicians and lawmakers, Ali G Indahouse casts him against [[Performer~P16791~Charles Dance~charlesdance]] as Carlton, an unscrupulous member of the House who's intent on upsetting the current Prime Minister ([[Performer~P25729~Michael Gambon~michaelgambon]]) in the next election. Hoping to attract negative attention to the leader, [[Performer~P330033~Ali G~sachabaroncohen]] is promoted as a running mate of sorts -- a tactic that backfires in Carlton's face as the clueless rapper quickly ascends the political ladder. ~ Michael Hastings, Rovi

  • Release date:March 22, 2002

Cast

Sacha Baron Cohen
as Ali G
Sacha Baron Cohen
as Borat
Michael Gambon
as Prime Minister
Rhona Mitra
as Kate
Jonathan Aris
as Reporter
Kellie Bright
as Mejulie
Martin Freeman
as Ricky C
Manny Perez
as Gangster
Charles Dance
as Carlton, Chancellor of the Exchequer

Crew

Mark Mylod
Director
Tim Bevan
Producer
William Green
Producer
Dan Mazer
Producer
Eric Fellner
Producer
Sacha Baron Cohen
Screenwriter
Dan Mazer
Screenwriter
Ashley Rowe
Cinematographer
Keith Sweat
Featured Music
Paul Knight
Editor
Grenville Horner
Production Designer
Jon Billington
Production Designer
Sacha Baron Cohen
Executive Producer
Natascha Wharton
Executive Producer
Annie Hardinge
Costume Designer
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