Sacha Baron Cohen, the British comedian behind "Bruno," went on the "Late Show" as himself (for a change) tonight to discuss making the highly-anticipated film. Among one of the more challenging aspects, he related, was figuring out how to set up a situation in which Bruno could interview a real terrorist.
Cohen and his team called to a "contact" they had at the CIA to help them out. The contact proved unhelpful, but, as Cohen relates, he was able to track one down anyway and sat down in the West Bank with the leader of the al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades.
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