Follow-up film to the 2006 comedy centering on the real-life adventures of a fictional Kazakh television journalist named Borat.
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Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for pervasive strong crude and sexual content, graphic nudity, and language
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Did You Know?
The credits end with a disclaimer saying that the film is not affiliated with the government and people of Kazakhstan. However, this message twice misspells the country's name as "Kasakhstan". See more
When Borat goes to the synagogue, he says "don't kill me" when Judith gives him a hug. This contradicts his mission of trying to be killed there. See more
Jak sie masz? My name-a Borat. My life is nice, NOT! But how I end up like this?
[working in a gulag
The closing credits end with a dedication to Holocaust survivor Judith Dim Evans, who appeared in the movie in the synagogue and died shortly before the release. A picture of her is shown with her years of living (1932-2020) and her quote "I feel obligated to be a good person and to bring good to the world. We owe the dead." along with her website. See more
Written by Erran Baron Cohen
Performed by Fanfare Ciocarlia
Fanfare Ciocarlia appears courtesy of Asphalt Tango Records GmbH See more