The film got recognition upon its delivery. Shot in late 2019 and mid 2020, creation of the film included the turbulent 2020 official political decision and its different hot catch issues. At the point when COVID-19 hit, Cohen and the team kept on shooting, prompting an especially convenient mockumentary. All things considered, much was left on the cutting room floor for a smoothed out story, yet Woliner has prodded the chance of more film.
In a meeting with Collider, Woliner says that conversations around an all-encompassing version have occurred. Woliner uncovers that they shot many long periods of film, including the days when Borat lived with two QAnon intrigue scholars. The film runs a short 96 minutes, yet Woliner says the additional recording adds to the film’s authenticity. While there are no official plans set up, Woliner says that he would like to one day sort out an approach to deliver it.
It’s something we’ve discussed, however we haven’t… Not much or announceable yet. In any case, you can’t resist the urge to discuss it when, on a film this way, we shot several hours of film, and each scene has simply pages of material and jokes that we attempt. And afterward we pare it down to the best form of the brief film, however there is so much incredible stuff out there.
He did live in that lockdown house for quite a long time with Jim [Russell] and Jerry [Holleman, two QAnon connivance scholars highlighted in the film]. That was something else where the more extended renditions of these scenes show without a sad remnant of an uncertainty how genuine it was, the manner by which he was truly living with these folks. So there’s simply such a large amount of them existing together that I thought was so interesting. So ideally one day we’ll sort out an approach to get that out there.