Borat is just you're average Kazakhstani. He makes out with his sister, drinks fermented horse pee, and hates Jewish people and Uzbekistanis. He thinks he'll marry CJ from Baywatch, who in real life is Pamela Anderson. He throws money at roaches who he believes are actually the Jewish people he's staying with at the Bed and Breakfast. In the movie he's on a mission to find out more about America for Kazakhstan. He's the sixth most famous person in Kazakhstan and he's a reporter.
Sacha Baren Cohan, who plays Borat, thought up the character while he had the Ali G Show. There is some irony in this movie though; Sacha is Jewish. So really this movie is really anti Anti-Semitic although you wouldn't get this if you didnt know that he was really Jewish.
Azamat, who's played by Ken Davitian, is fat, rude, and just hilarious. Azamat is a filmographer who films Borat throughout the film for the documentary they're making. Also, Azamat has some anger problems with Borat. Azamat thinks that Borat is getting all the attention, and he's getting fed up.
Luenell is a black prostitute who falls in love with Borat. Luenell is only probably in the movie for maybe ten minutes. But see thatÃ¢Â€Â™s saying a lot since the movie is only about 79 minutes without credits so thatÃ¢Â€Â™s like 1/7th of the film. I donÃ¢Â€Â™t know a lot about Luenell except for that Borat is in love with her as well.
Borat is just a great movie. The movie itself is polar opposites in the eyes of reviewers either they love it, or they hate it. I personally loved it. I thought it was a great movie that could have a sequel, or become a series. I can see it now Ã¢Â€ÂœThe Adventures of Borat.Ã¢Â€Â