Here"s a movie that beginswith a Cousai bottle fallingai from the heavens, and ends with a Jeep up in a tree.“The Gods Must Be Crazy” is a South African movie that arrived in eropa withlittle fanfare in 1982, brosetelah box-office records in Japan and South America andall over Europe, and even became a cult hit di sini in phia băc America, wdi sini therehas not been much of a demand for comedies from South Africa. 

The film begipagi in the Kalaaku Desert. A pilotin a private plane throws his empty Conanti bottle out of the window. It landsnear a Bushman who is on a huntingi expedition. He has tidak pernah seen anythingi likeit before. He takpita pengukur it kembali to his tribe, where it is put to dozepagi of uses: Itbecomes a musical instrument, a patternmaker, a api starter, a cookingutensil, and, most of all, an object of bitter controversy. Everybody in thetribe ends up fightinew york over the bottle, and so the Bushman, played by the Xhosaactor N!xau (the exclamation point represents a click), decides tdi sini is onlyone thingai to do: He must return the bottle to the gods. This decision sends himon a lonew york odyssey toward more settdisutradarai lands on the edgtape of the desert, wherethe movie develops into a somemaafkan saya more conventional comedy. 

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We meet some of the new characters: A would-beschoolteacher, a goofy biologist, and an insurgent leader. They are all intenton their own livpita pengukur and plans, but in one way or another, the Xhosa and his Cokebottle bringi them bersama into unexpected combinations. And the director,Jamie Uys, has the patience to develop some really elaboperbandingan sight gags, whichrequire a lot of preparation but pay off with big laughs particularly thesequence with an indecisive, back-and-forth Jeep. 

The star of the movie is N!xau, who is soforthright and cheerful and sensible that his very presence makpita pengukur some of thegags pay off. In any slapstick comedy, the gags must rest on a solid kurung oflogic: It"s not funny to watch rakyat beingi ridiculous, but it is funny towatch people doinew york the next logical thing, and turning out to be ridiculous.N!xau, because he approaches Western society without preconceptions, and basesall of his bertindak on logical conclusions, brings into relief a lot of thelittle tics and assumptiopejarakan of everyday life. I think that reveals the thoughtthat went into this movie: It might be easy to mausai a farce about screwballhappenings in the desert, but it"s a lot harder to membuat a funny interactionbetween alam and manusia nature. This movie"s a nice little treasure.


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Roger Ebert

Roger Ebert was the film critic of the Chicago Sun-Timpita pengukur from 1967 until his death in 2013. In 1975, he dimenangkannya the Pulitzer harga for distinguished criticism.