The Gods Must Be Crazy (Parts 1 & 2)

The film series is about the adventures of a Saan native named Xi (or Xixo) who tries to saves his village by traveling to the uncharted Western world. Each part has its own quest for Xi.

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PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
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Jamie Uys
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109 minutes
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N!xau,Marius Weyers,Sandra Prinsloo,Louw Verwey,Michael Thys


  • #1
    June 9, 2018
    "I watched the Gogs must be crazy when I was in high school almost 30 years ago. This movie was funny, but weird. I remember laughing hysterically though some of the parts, its like watching the discover channel and comedy central combined. I have ordered part 2 but haven't watched it yet, I look forward to checking it out"
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  • #2
    June 12, 2018
    "The Gods Must Be Crazy (Parts 1 & 2) has been around for quite some time but has held up well. Much of the story is told from the viewpoint of the Bushman, with a voice-over sharing his thoughts with the audience and it makes for a heartwarming and humorous story."
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  • #3
    June 12, 2018
    "I enjoyed The Gods Must Be Crazy when I was a kid. Seeing the perspective of a native is refreshing since there are too many white male protagonists at that time. If I'll have kids, I would like them to watch The Gods Must Be Crazy."
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