Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
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Two nude men fight each other. Their butts are shown, but nothing else due to the documentary format of the movie, censoring their genitals, with a black censored bar.

A man wears a thong

Some crude humor


We see a bear's severed head in a refrigerator (a small amount of blood is visible on the fur).

A man lunges toward a woman, covers her with a cloth sack, knocks her to the ground and struggles to keep her from getting away (it is supposedly a marriage proposal); she does get away and runs, and security guards tackle the man in a parking lot and hold him to the ground.

A man talks about killing homosexuals and Muslims, or anyone who looks like a Muslim.

A man blames 9/11 on "the Jews."

Two men are shocked when they discover their hosts in a bed and breakfast are Jewish and they fear that they will be murdered in the night (they say, "You can barely see their horns.").

People line a street to watch the "running of the Jews": we see two people wearing very large plaster heads with horns running along a street, while other people run in front of and behind them yelling; one of the people wearing a plaster head stops and drops a large egg on the ground, whereupon children rush and crush it.

A man and a woman are asked to leave a dinner party (presumably because the woman is an African-American prostitute) and are told that the police have been called.

A man buys a black bear, chains it to the back of the ice cream truck he is driving, and the bear growls loudly at children who approach the truck, and the children run away screaming.

A horse rears, the rider falls off and the horse falls on top of him (we do not hear anything about the rider's injuries).

Two men shove each other.

A man tries to say hello and introduce himself to people on a street, they yell at him, and threaten him and they run away.

People become angry and yell at a man singing an anthem about his own country.

A wife threatens to snap off her husband's genitals if he is unfaithful.

A man driving a car yells out the car window at another driver who honks at him.

A man tries to kiss a man as a greeting, and the man becomes upset and yells at him.

A man defecates in shrubs along a busy street (we see part of his bare thigh and people walk by and are alarmed).

We see bear feces smeared on the back of a truck.

A man washes his face in a lake right next to where another man is urinating.

A man washes his face in toilet water.

A man tells his host that he needs to use the bathroom and returns with a plastic bag filled, presumably, with feces (the host is alarmed and she takes him back to the bathroom in order to dispose of the bag properly).

Children in a dilapidated building are introduced as being in pre-school and they are holding guns.

A man is introduced as being an "abortionist."

We hear that a woman was killed by a bear and her husband celebrates.

A chicken runs through a subway train car and frightens passengers.

A man throws a bag down and we hear a chicken cluck from inside the bag.

A man stumbles and falls several times breaking many fragile items in an antique store.

We see people thrashing on the floor during an Evangelical Christian church service.

A man is tied to a large cross and poked with a reed rake repeatedly (symbolizing a crucifixion).


18 uses of 'fuck', 9 of 'shit', 6 of 'asshole', 3 of 'ho' (said briefly), 2 of 'dick', 2 of 'cock', and 1 of 'bitches' from a frat boy. Some insulting remarks against Jews and gypsies.


People drink wine at dinner in a few scenes.

A man opens a bottle of alcohol while driving a car (we do not see him drink from the bottle.)

Men are shown drinking shots of alcohol and beer.

Men are shown drinking beer.

A man smokes a cigarette.


The movie can be pretty offensive, even though it contains some elements of social commentary.

Rated R for pervasive strong crude and sexual content including graphic nudity, and language

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