Ali G: Indahouse - The Movie

14/10/2002
  |  Book Tickets: 07/03/2002
  |  Buy to Own: 20/09/2010
  |  Watch Now: 17/03/2009
  |  84 min
Rated 15 by the BBFC

Synopsis

Ali G (Sacha Baron Cohen's irony-filled, semi-reverent swipe at British West-Indian musical stereotypes), steps out in his first big screen adventure. Ali G, leading light of the West Staines Massiv, runs a course in a local community centre for local surburban kids keen to emulate his (deluded) gangster dope-ness. When the centre is threatened with closure by budget cuts Ali is persuaded to run for the job of local MP, bringing him to the attention of scheming Deputy Prime Minister (Charles Dance), who is keen to somehow discredit the Prime Minister (Michael Gambon) through association with a loose cannon like Ali. Unfortunately Ali's platform on race relations and immigration proves surprisingly popular, and Ali saves the PM.

Contains strong language, strong sexual references and moderate drugs references
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