The Gods Must Be Crazy is a 1980 South African comedy film written and directed by Jamie Uys. Financed only from local sources, it is the most commercially successful release in the history of South Africa's film industry. Originally released in 1980, the film is the first in The Gods Must Be Crazy series. It is followed by one official sequel, The Gods Must Be Crazy II, released by Columbia Pictures.
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Released by Novus Vision in 1990 (3091-2-N) containing music from The Gods Must Be Crazy II (1989). Get this album or track at: 2:10. Get this album or track at: 2:15. 4. Ann And The Windmill. Get this album or track at: 4:33. 5. Sunrise In The Kalahari. Get this album or track at: 2:42.
The Gods Must Be Crazy (original title). 1h 49min Comedy 10 September 1980 (South Africa). A comic allegory about a traveling Bushman who encounters modern civilization and its stranger aspects, including a clumsy scientist and a band of revolutionaries. The Gods Must Be Crazy" features three separate stories that get tied together towards the end. One story is about a bushman who goes on a journey to return a Coke bottle that he found to the Gods after the bottle starts causing harm to some of his family members. Another story revolves around a war that breaks out in Central Africa.
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The Gods Must Be Crazy (film series). The Gods Must Be Crazy is a series of films starring the Namibian San farmer and actor Nǃxau ǂToma. The first film released in 1980, written and directed by Jamie Uys. Set in Botswana and South Africa, it tells the story of Xi, a San of the Kalahari Desert whose tribe discovers an empty Coca-Cola bottle.
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