đến thượng đế cũng phải cười

From Wikipedia, the không tính tiền encyclopedia

The Gods Must Be Crazy is a series of films starring the Namibian San farmer and actor Nǃxau ǂToma.

Bạn đang xem: đến thượng đế cũng phải cười

Official films[edit]

The Gods Must Be Crazy (1980)[edit]

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. The bottle brings discord to tướng the tribe, and Xi is sent out into the unknown world beyond the Kalahari to tướng return the bottle to tướng the Gods by throwing the bottle off the world's kết thúc.

The Gods Must Be Crazy II (1989)[edit]

A sequel was released in 1989. Xi's name was changed to tướng Xixo in this film. In it, Xixo's two young children encounter poachers in the Kalahari Desert, explore the back of their truck, and become unable to tướng jump off once it starts moving. Xixo must once again travel great distances to tướng retrieve them, and once again encounters various other western characters who are on quests of their own. The film is notable for the increased role of animals throughout the story, and for its light-hearted treatment of the civil war still raging in nearby Angola at the time.

Unofficial films[edit]

In the early 1990s, Nǃxau was cast in three low-budget unofficial sequels that continued the fish-out-of-water aspects of the first two films. They were produced in Hong Kong, filmed in Cantonese and then dubbed in other languages.

As of 2007, the three Hong Kong films have not been released in the United States, although they have been released on VCD format in Trung Quốc. The Gods Must Be Funny in China was recently released on DVD in South Africa.[1]

Xem thêm: thế thân ngày càng đáng yêu

Crazy Safari (The Gods Must Be Crazy III) (1991)[edit]

A hopping vampire wreaks havoc in Nǃxau's tribe, but soon they discover how to tướng handle him and he becomes a great asset to tướng them. Meanwhile, a Chinese necromancer, sent by the corpse's descendants, searches for him, together with a bumbling cowardly representative charged with ensuring that the necromancer returns his ancestor as desired.[2]

Crazy Hong Kong (The Gods Must Be Crazy IV) (1993)[edit]

N!xau accidentally hitches a ride with a Chinese businesswoman from the African plain to tướng her trang chính in Hong Kong. With only his natural instincts and desert-honed survival skills, the intrepid Bushman evades a gang of diamond thieves and stumbles into one comic mishap after another as he tries to tướng find his way back trang chính.[3]

Xem thêm: nghịch thiên thần châm quỷ y độc vương phi

  • Hong Kong Movie Database entry

The Gods Must Be Funny in China (The Gods Must Be Crazy V) (1994)[edit]

Hijinks ensue when Nǃxau travels to tướng Beijing where he's recruited to tướng accompany a track team on a week long survival race through the Chinese wilderness.[4]

  • Hong Kong Movie Database entry

[edit]

Jewel of the Gods (1989)[edit]

A South African film, which also starred Marius Weyers and Sandra Prinsloo; officially unrelated but still marketed as a sequel to tướng the first (1980) film.[citation needed]

There's a Zulu on My Stoep (1993)[edit]

While unrelated to tướng the series, this film was marketed on đoạn Clip in some markets as Gods Must Be Crazy (Part IV).[citation needed]

References[edit]

External links[edit]