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Gods Must Be Crazy II (1988)
Starring: Lena Farugia, N!xau, Sandra Prinsloo, Hans Strydom, Marius Weyers
Director: Jamie Uys
Category: Comedy, Family
Studio: Columbia / TriStar
98 mins



This delightful sequel to the hilarious hit comedy is a piece of divinely inspired lunacy! Xixo again collides with the so-called civilized world when he embarks on a search for his children, who are accidental stowaways on a poacher's truck.

He soon crosses paths with two very odd couples lost in the desert. Xixo, perplexed by their strange antics, nevertheless finds himself drawn into a crazy adventure with people who know how to make magic machines... but constantly need to be saved from the wilderness and from each other.


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