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Crazy Hong Kong (1993)

Heung Gong wun fung kwong (original title)
Not Rated | | Adventure, Comedy | 10 July 1993 (South Korea)
The gods are still crazy after all these years! "Crazy Hong Kong" (1993), also known as "The Gods Must Be Crazy IV", finds N!xau, the bushman star of the classic comedy "The Gods Must Be ... See full summary »


Wellson Chin


Ed Kong (as Edwin Kong), Chun-Wai Lau (as Lawrence Lau) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
N!xau ... Xi (as Gaco C'oma)
Carina Lau ... Shirley (as Carina Lau Kar Ling)
Cecilia Yip ... Winnie
Ching Wan Lau ... John (as Lau Ching Wan)
Conrad Janis ... Jack
Lan Law ... Mother (as Law Lan)
Paul Che ... Chewie
Kai-Keung Sze ... Stewie (as Sze Kai Keung)
James Pax ... Tony
Michael Man-Kin Chow ... Truck Driver (as Michael Chow)
Kam-Kong Wong ... Mike (as Wong Kam Kwong)
Stuart Wolfenden ... British Officer (as Stuart Wolfendale)
Man Ki Kwok Man Ki Kwok ... Bellboy (as Man Ki Kwok)
Neil McCarthy Neil McCarthy ... Commercial Director
Elza Marais Elza Marais ... Model


The gods are still crazy after all these years! "Crazy Hong Kong" (1993), also known as "The Gods Must Be Crazy IV", finds N!xau, the bushman star of the classic comedy "The Gods Must Be Crazy" (1980) and its sequel "The Gods Must Be Crazy II, accidentally hitching a ride with a Chinese businesswoman from the African plain to her home in the wilds of...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 find his way back home. Written by trivwhiz

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He comes from a hostile and primitive land....Now all he's got to do is survive a few days in Hong Kong. See more »


Adventure | Comedy


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Did You Know?


When Shirley returns to her office on her second morning back in Hong Kong, she is confronted by a horde of employees threatening to strike. Shirley tells them that she will get them their raise, their medical benefits, their dental benefits, and their 401-K benefits. In Hong Kong, in 1993, there was government health care, since Hong Kong was a colony of the United Kingdom. Also, a 401-K is an American defined benefit, employee contribution retirement plan, and would not apply for the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, or China, which have government pensions/retirement programs. See more »


Follows The Gods Must Be Crazy II (1989) See more »

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Only because we all love that bushman
8 February 2001 | by Mort-31See all my reviews

As a sequel to the brilliant "Gods Must Be Crazy` by Jamie Uys this movie is quite passable. I think, everybody loves N!xau, the bushman who never even tried to learn other languages than his own (which makes up the main difference between him and other screen "savages` like Tarzan or George of the Jungle). We want to see him and so we don't care about what happens around him. Sending him to Hong Kong is a lovely idea.

Of course, apart from some successful scenes, the movie is unintentionally funny at best. The actors and actresses from Hong Kong are so helplessly bad and amateurish that sometimes it's rather embarrassing to watch them. But also the guy playing the American boss - didn't they have enough money to employ a professional actor? The story is silly, the characters are most implausible - these facts disturb a little, after all: the movie doesn't do justice to Jamie Uys at all, although it features some references to the first part. Still, as long as we can see N!xau, we tolerate everything else.

What will he do next? Maybe, he becomes a film star and doesn't even notice. He could also take part at the Olympic Games. Whatever: I'm expecting the next N!xau film. As long as he doesn't learn English, it's okay with me.

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Cantonese | Ungwatsi | English

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10 July 1993 (South Korea) See more »

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