Follow-up film to the 2006 comedy centering on the real-life adventures of a fictional Kazakh television journalist named Borat.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for pervasive strong crude and sexual content, graphic nudity, and language
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Did You Know?
The New York Post reported that babysitter Jeanise Jones felt "betrayed" by the filmmakers who told her that she was going to be in a documentary about a young woman being groomed to marry an older man. See more
When they are going through the manual Borat's daughter asks "Could a woman read a book?" . Both subtitles and Borat's response are about "Could a woman drive a car?". 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
Arranged by Aleksandar Kashtanov
Performed by Aleksandar Kashtanov & Bubamara Brass Band
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