In the West, the movie Borat has been piling up awards and earning piles of money. But it looks as if people in Russia won't be able to see the movie, not legally anyway. The BBC reports that the culture ministry has refused to give the film a distribution license because it could humiliate members of some ethnic groups and religions.
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