Borat Agreement Not Necessary

[Section 5, copied in a similar case from an almost identical document] 5. This is the overall agreement between the participant and the producer or any other person regarding the film, and the participant acknowledges that at its conclusion, the participant does not rely on promises or statements made by someone about the nature of the film or the identity of other participants or persons involved in the film. 4. has just launched his latest television work »Who Is America? ». Since Cohen`s previous work, such as “Borat,” I`ve wondered: what kind of consent agreement or “declassification” signed these people that Cohen and his team seem to have effectively protected from legal liability. This is an agreement between Springland Films (the producer) and the signed participant (the participant). In exchange for the obligation for the producer to pay a registration fee of $350 (the receipt of which is confirmed by the participant) and the possibility for the participant to appear in a film, the participant agrees as follows: [Section 3 was omitted from this document, but here is section 3 of a seemingly almost identical document in a similar case against Cohen] 3. The Participant understands that the Producer and its beneficiaries or licensees rely on this consent agreement to devote time, money and effort to the film and the participant`s participation, and that the consent agreement is irrevocable for this and other reasons. . .

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