josebach wrote:They're not trying to cash in, they were humiliated. Supposedly, the film crew took them to a bar, got them sloshed and put them in the mobile home. They were also told that the video wouldn't be shown in the United States.
I don't know if they have a case or not, but more and more people that were in the movie are coming forward. The frat boys didn't bother me too much because they were drunk idiots, but the little town that was supposed to be "Borat's" home town is also suing. After reading their complaints, I kind of felt bad for lauging at them.
Eh, but they signed a waiver. Yea they might have been mislead, but they still said some stupid stuff on their own. To sue the studio for money after Borat was the top film going on two weeks now is cashing in IMO. It's one thing to just want the movie pulled out of theaters, but then asking for money is greedy, considering there wasn't a script for them to read.