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Basics Critics:80Viewers:62Rusty:80
Category: ComedySub-Category: comedy film, mockumentaryMain subject: incestNarrative location: New York City, Washington, Dallas, Los Angeles, Alabama, AtlantaRuntime: 82 minutesColor: colorLanguage: English, Hebrew, Romanian, Polish, ArmenianCountry: United States, United KingdomFilming location: New York City, Los Angeles, Atlanta, AlabamaDirector: Larry CharlesScreenwriter: Peter Baynham, Dan Mazer, Sacha Baron CohenMusic: Erran Baron CohenStars: Sacha Baron Cohen, Ken Davitian, Pamela Anderson, LuenellProducer: Jay Roach, Sacha Baron CohenAward nominations: Academy Award for Best Writing, Adapted Screenplay (Sacha Baron Cohen, Peter Baynham, Dan Mazer)Award details: (details at IMDb)

Kazakh journalist Borat Sagdiyev travels to America to make a documentary. As he zigzags across the nation, Borat meets real people in real situations with hysterical consequences. His backwards behavior generates strong reactions around him exposing prejudices and hypocrisies in American culture.

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