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The Gods Must Be Crazy I / The Gods Must Be Crazy II (Double Feature)
 : The Gods Must Be Crazy I / The Gods Must Be Crazy II (Double Feature)



starring: N!xau, Marius Weyers, Sandra Prinsloo, Louw Verwey, Michael Thys
directed by: Jamie Uys


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Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
Audience Rating: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Binding: DVD
Brand: N!XAU
EAN: 9781404911475
Format: Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
ISBN: 1404911472
Item Dimensions: 5077524550
Label: Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment
Languages: EnglishSubtitledSpanishSubtitledFrenchSubtitledPortugueseSubtitledJapaneseSubtitledGeorgianSubtitledChineseSubtitledThaiSubtitledEnglishOriginal LanguageDolby Digital 2.0 Mono
Manufacturer: Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment
MPN: 10649
Number Of Discs: 2
Number Of Items: 2
Publisher: Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment
Region Code: 99
Release Date: February 03, 2004
Running Time: 109 minutes
Studio: Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment




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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
When a primitive Bushman finds a coke bottle, he sets out to return it to the gods, and encounters the insanity of \civilization" for the first time; Xixo"

Amazon.com:
South African director Jamie Uys caught lightning in a bottle with The Gods Must Be Crazy--a Coke bottle, to be specific. This slaphappy collection of goofy pratfalls and culture-clash gags became an enormous international smash, and made a sort of star out of the Bushman selected to play the central role, the completely ingratiating N!Xau. He plays a man, unaware of white culture, who finds a Coca-Cola bottle in the Kalahari (dropped by a passing pilot) and promptly has his life turned around by this mystical object. The movie looks slipshod and even amateurish at times, yet its attitude is so bubbly it's hard to resist. Proving that physical comedy remains a true international language, millions of moviegoers around the world drank it up.

The Gods Must Be Crazy II (1989) returns N!Xau to the bizarre world of the white man, this time in a slicker plot (and a with a bigger budget) that, perhaps predictably, yields fewer real belly laughs than the first time around. Director Jamie Uys sticks to his cherished notions that tribesmen are wiser than civilized people, and that fast-motion comedy is inherently funny. The storyline begins with N!Xau's innocent Bushman searching for his lost children; he then gets sidetracked by subplots. The humor is basic, but in best silent-movie tradition Uys prepares his set-pieces with elaborate care, and he understands the value of the long-delayed pay-off. --Robert Horton



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