Brüno unsuccessfully attempts an acting career as an extra on NBC's Medium. He then produces a celebrity interview pilot, showing him dancing erotically, criticizing Jamie-Lynn Spears' fetus with reality TV star Brittny Gastineau, unsuccessfully stalking and attempting to "interview" actor Harrison Ford, and closing with a close-up penis being swung around. A focus group audience who were shown the pilot dislike the show, stating the program was "worse than cancer". Other advice suggested creating a sex tape, so Brüno arranges an interview with Ron Paul (unwittingly "played" by himself) whom Brüno mistakes for drag queen RuPaul. While waiting in a hotel bed room for a staged technical problem to be fixed, Brüno hits on Paul, who leaves angrily and calls him "queer as blazes".
Brüno consults a spiritualist (Gary Williams) to contact the deceased Rob Pilatus of Milli Vanilli for advice, only to perform homosexual mime sex acts on the invisible Pilatus. He consults charity PR consultants Nicole and Suzanne DeFosset to select a world problem to maximize his fame, choosing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He flies to Jerusalem to interview former Mossad agent Yossi Alpher and Palestinian politician Ghassan Khatib and confuses hummus and Hamas. In another interview with Israeli and Palestinian professors he sings his own "Dove of Peace" while forcing the two to caress each other's hands. He also meets with Ayman Abu Aita, subtitled as "terrorist group leader, Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades" in a location described as a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon (actually a hotel restaurant near Bethlehem), where he hopes to be kidnapped.  Brüno insults Abu Aita's hair then suggests that "King Osama" looks like a dirty wizard or a homeless Santa Claus. Abu Aita's translator orders Brüno to leave immediately.
Brüno interviews parents of child models, asking them if their children would be ready to lose a lot of weight, undergo liposuction, be near "antiquated heavy machinery" or "amateur science", or be dressed in Nazi uniforms. Later on a TV talk show hosted by Richard Bey, he shows the African American audience a black baby named O.J., whom he acquired in Africa by "swapping him" for a U2 Product Red iPod. He shows photographs of the boy covered with bees, on a crucifix, and in a jacuzzi next to adults in a 69 position. The audience is appalled and social services take the baby away from Brüno, driving him to depression, later found at a diner gorging on high-carb junk food committing "carbicide". Lutz carries him back to a hotel room. After a night of sex, they awake to find they are trapped in a bondage mechanism, unable to find the key. They call a bellhop for help, and are asked to leave. After accosting a group of protesters from the Westboro Baptist Church while still in bondage gear and boarding a bus, Brüno and Lutz finally remove their equipment at a police station. Lutz says he loves Brüno but Brüno tells him he does not love him, having been influenced by "carb goggles" and so Lutz leaves Brüno.
After realizing that the biggest names in Hollywood are straight (citing Tom Cruise, Kevin Spacey and John Travolta), Brüno consults two Christian gay converters to help him become heterosexual. He attempts "straight" activities, such as joining the National Guard, going hunting in Alabama, learning taekwondo, and attending a swingers party at which he is whipped by a dominatrix (Michelle McLaren). Each of these attempts end miserably due to Bruno's failure to keep his gay traits hidden, but he vows that he will become straight.
Eight months later, a now-heterosexual Brüno, under the alias "Straight Dave", hosts a cage-fight match, Straight Dave's Man Slammin' Maxout in Arkansas. Lutz appears at the event and calls Brüno a faggot. The two fight, only to rekindle their love, making out and stripping in front of the aghast spectators who throw objects into the cage, among them plastic cups and a metal folding chair. The clip gets International press, so the now-famous Brüno attempts to marry Lutz and gets O.J. back in exchange for a Macbook Pro. Brüno records a charity song, "Dove of Peace" featuring Bono, Elton John, Chris Martin from Coldplay, Snoop Dogg, Sting from The Police and Slash from Velvet Revolver and Guns N' Roses.
Brüno (pronounced as Bruno) is a 2009 mockumentary comedy film directed by Larry Charles. Sacha Baron Cohen, who also produced and co-wrote the movie, stars as the flamboyant gay Austrian fashion journalist Brüno. This film is the third based on characters from Da Ali G Show, following Ali G Indahouse and Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan. A cut version of the film was also released, Bruno: Snipped.
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