Is Borat 2 on Netflix? Where to watch Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

Iram Sharifah Khan October 22, 2020
Is Borat 2 on Netflix? Where to watch Borat Subsequent Moviefilm
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Is Borat 2 on Netflix? With the release of Borat 2, otherwise known as Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, less than 24 hours away, people are itching to know where they can watch it. NSFW ahead.

Is Borat 2 on Netflix?

In short, no, Borat 2 isn’t available on Netflix.

But fret not mankinians, we’ll tell you where you can watch the versatile a face mask become a cover up for one’s nether regions – as gracefully illustrated by Borat himself.

You can watch the mockumentary on Amazon Prime Video as of 23 October. Rotten tomatoes has already rated the film 83%, so we have high hopes.

Just a few more hours until it is released but, for now, here’s the Borat 2 trailer to keep you going:

What is Borat 2 about?

Borat 2 is a continuation of Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan.

According to Radio Times, Borat 2 lets viewers “follow the Kazakhstani journalist as he quarantines in America.”

Much like the first Borat film, the mockumentary follows the (mis)adventures of Borat Sagdiyev, this time joined by his young daughter. Sandra Jessica Parker Sagdiyev, played by actress Maria Bakalova, is in tow for the outrageous romp that is Borat 2.

If you’ve watched the first Borat film, you know what you’re getting yourself into. If you haven’t, Borat 2 is on Amazon Prime Video – though sadly not on Netflix.

Sacha Baron Cohen films on Netflix

Although Borat 2 is not on Netflix, some of Sacha Baron Cohen’s other movies are available to watch on there, including The Dictator (2012), Ali G Indahouse (2002), Brüno (2009) and The Brothers Grimsby (2016).

A common theme in Netflix’s punchline descriptions is the word “irreverent”. So if you watch his creations you’d better have an iron stomach. Cohen’s works are not for the faint of heart.

Here’s a montage of some of his most shocking moments:

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Iram is a London-based freelance journalist with a BA in Journalism and Media from Birkbeck University. She studied several modules, including Journalism in British Life, Interview skills and Feature Writing, Introduction to Journalism Practice and Manga and Anime. Iram went from university to work with GRV Media at The Focus Writers’ Academy and enjoys learning Japanese, taking singing lessons, playing video games and watching Korean dramas in her spare time.