The movie version of the "body covered in ears that can't hear" from Crimes of the Future. Becomes a much better movie when you accept that it doesn't have anything to say and is basically a very long episode of The Outer Limits.
The most jarring thing about American society in Borat is how nice everyone he meets is. The people he and his daughter meet are all some combination of lonely, servile, exploitative, helpful, or open to form a bond, even if it’s over prejudice. For example, Borat ends up spending a week with two Trump supporters who, despite spending most of their time swapping conspiracy theories about China and the Democrats, are still kind enough to let a random foreigner live with…