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Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

A pretend Kazakhstan reporter Borat visits the United States to learn the cultural differences between his homeland and the US. The film is a clever mix of documentation and comedy. Sacha Baron Cohen won a Golden Globe for his acting.

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Released: Aug 4th, 2006
Budget: $18,000,000.00
Revenue: N/A

Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan Main Cast

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Sacha Baron Cohen
Sacha Baron Cohen
plays Borat
Ken Davitian
Ken Davitian
plays Azamat
Luenell
Luenell
plays Luenell
Pamela Anderson
Pamela Anderson
plays Herself
Mariam Behar
Mariam Behar
plays The Jewish Couple
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Movie Trivia/Goofs

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  • This film broke Fahrenheit 9/11 (2004)'s record for the biggest box office opening weekend ever for any film that opened in fewer than a thousand theaters.
  • Movie Goof (errors made by characters, possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): When in the TV station, Borat doesn't understand the lapel microphone, yet in the opening scenes, before he leaves for the US, while he is "narrating" he is clearly wearing a lapel microphone.
  • Movie Goof (errors in geography): The rodeo that Borat goes to is in Salem, Virginia, which is close to the southwest part of the state. However, after he leaves the rodeo, the map shows Borat in the eastern part of the state.
  • The character of "Borat" was heavily criticized by the Kazakh Government, "being a concoction of bad taste and ill manners which is incompatible with the ethics and civilized behavior of Kazakhstan's people". Sacha Baron Cohen aka "Borat" gave a faked press conference at the White House gates on 29 September 2006, just one day before an official visit of Kazakhstan's president. The Kazakh government hired two Western public relations firms to counter Borat's claims, running a four-page advertisement in The New York Times implicitly rebutting many of the claims made by Borat. Kazahkstan has since changed their strategy by playing along, going so far as inviting Borat to visit Kazahkstan.
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