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Follow-up film to the 2006 comedy centering on the real-life adventures of a fictional Kazakh television journalist named Borat.
The end card of the trailer is in Russian and, translated, means :"This movie doesn't fit for (a 3 is visible and a little kid with a crossed line). Don't look at children, it will destroy your brain."
Jak sie masz? My name-a Borat. My life is nice, NOT! But how I end up like this?
Mike Pence spoke at CPAC on February 27, 2020, but when Borat goes to the UPS store afterwords to report his failure at the event, the fax is dated February 18.
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.
English, Bulgarian, Hebrew, Romanian