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. It was decided by a three-man committee. He said the panel judged movies based on whether they featured violence, horror, sex or counter-cultural themes. Following the same format as his movie Borat, Cohen's character travels to the United States where bizarre scenarios unfold including one where he mimes sexual activity while visiting a medium. Other controversial scenes include Bruno and his boyfriend engaged in sexual acts and couples having sex at a swingers' party.
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But clearly he has more than delivered as the film has been forced to accept an 18 rating for the film after he refused to cut some of the more racy scenes. Baron Cohen's decision could cost the comedian millions as much of his teenage fan base will not be able to watch the film which is expected to be one of the summer's biggest box office hits. Refusal: Baron Cohen was warned the film would face cuts but chose to go ahead and submit it for an 18 rating. The British Board of Film Classification BBFC has insisted that Baron Cohenwas aware that the cuts were required but rather than make the cuts, chose not to and submitted the film for an 18 rating. Spokeswoman Sue Clark said: 'They knew very early on, at an advice viewing, that if they wanted a 15 they would have to cut some scenes.
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The film was released on July 10, to mostly positive reviews from critics. It was initially a mock title proposed by Hollywood news and gossip blog Defamer   and mistakenly reported as genuine by a number of sources of film information, including MovieTome , where it was still being used in the search results as late as ,  the Daily Star ,  The Irish Times , The Boston Globe ,  and although no longer the Internet Movie Database. Accompanied by his assistant's assistant, Lutz Schulz, he travels to the United States to become "the biggest Austrian superstar since Hitler ". He then interviews Paula Abdul , using "Mexican chair-people" in place of furniture Abdul goes along with everything, explaining how she aspires to help people, until a naked man, adorned with sushi , is wheeled into the room.