Natasha Kizmet's life has unfolded like a female version of Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat and Bruno, though with more topless scenes. Natasha came to America with a thick Uzbekistan accent, a dream of making it in show business, and a bombshell figure---all of which got her into some precarious situations. Along the way she produced an acclaimed belly dancing show and modeled for a topless website. While interviewing pornstars at a Las Vegas convention, producer Michael Drumm saw something special in her improvisational skills and asked, "Why don't we just make a movie about you?" What resulted was Natasha Kizmet the Movie, a blend of mocumentary and biography.
I spoke with Natasha as she prepares to come to St. Pete for the Nomadic Tendencies Film Fest at the Beach Theatre. Below is an excerpt from our full interview, which you can listen to for free below.
Shawn Alff: How much of the film is based on true events?
Natasha Kizmet: 70% of the movie is true. It's kind of my biography of being in the United States. It was so funny because one of my friends, she seen the movie and then she says, 'Natasha, I'm worried about you. Did you find some job? Do you want to work with me in hospital.'
SA: You have a string of bad jobs in the movie to support yourself. Did you ever resort to stripping in real life?
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