Man on man action, casual racism, fashion frolics, religion bashing and swapping a baby for an iPod. It can only mean one thing – Sacha Baron Cohen. In a second helping of a character unaware of anything socially acceptable, Cohen throws political correctness out of the window and brings us the most vulgar and tasteless movie since Borat – Brüno.
There are few sights guaranteed to strike terror into the heart of one and all, but US Vogue editor Anna Wintour is one of them. Surprisingly, this documentary chronicling six months in the life of the ball-busting ice queen manages to expose her human side. It also gives us an intriguing insight into the making of the world’s most powerful fashion publication, from the early brainstorming sessions to the fabulously artistic photo shoots.