Cast: Sacha Baron Cohen
Director: Larry Charles
Running Time: 80mins
Enter the world of Brüno, Austria's most famous celebrity since Hitler. Not since Borat hit the screens two years ago has one film caused so much controversy. Back on the big screen, Sacha Baron Cohen dishes yet another dose of satirical comedy in Brüno.
Brüno is a flamboyant gay fashionista and self-proclaimed voice of the Austrian style scene. He has his own fashion-based television show, Funkyzeit, the most popular German-language show of its kind outside of Germany. But after he disgraces himself in front of his Funkyzeit fan base, Brüno is ruined in German speaking Europe and relocates himself to America to resume his quest for 'celebrity'.
Accompanying him to America is Lutz, his former assistant's assistant. Lutz is the only person that still believes in Brüno's greatness. Together they sweep the country in a never-ending pursuit of fame, causing havoc everywhere from L.A. to Texas. If it's not seducing a Presidential hopeful, it's swapping an iPod for an African baby or provoking a near riot at a caged boxing bout or engaging in a never-before-seen dildo self-defence lesson in redneck heartland.
Review: Not for the faint hearted because you can't help but laugh at the shocking material…
Four scenes including two never-before-seen
Bruno two disc Special Edition:
Extended and alternate scenes including the revealing Swinger party scene
Deleted scenes including never-before-seen Latoya Jackson scene
Feature commentary with director, Larry Charles and Sacha Baron Cohen
Interview with Lloyd Robinson
RRP: Single Disc RRP: $39.95
Two-disc special edition RRP: $44.95