What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Gods Must Be Crazy is a charming '80s classic that reveals the follies of the modern world from the perspective of a native Kalahari bushman. There are several gunfights, including a political massacre when guerillas burst into a cabinet meeting and shoot wildly, but the violence has a slapstick quality to it that takes some of the edge off.
- Families can talk about modern society. How do you think our world must look to someone, like an isolated bushman, who encounters it for the first time?
- Do you think the amount of gunfire should exclude this from being considered a family film?