'The Gods Must Be Crazy' (1980, 1984 in the U.S.)

The Sho tribe in the Kalahari Desert come in contact with modern civilization in the form of a Coke bottle dropped from a plane. The slapstick comedy was made by South African director  Jamie Uys  and financed with <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO00000104" title="South Africa" href="/topic/international/south-africa-PLGEO00000104.topic">South African</a> government funds, but was released as a Botswanan film because of the international embargo against South Africa.
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The Sho tribe in the Kalahari Desert come in contact with modern civilization in the form of a Coke bottle dropped from a plane. The slapstick comedy was made by South African director Jamie Uys and financed with South African government funds, but was released as a Botswanan film because of the international embargo against South Africa.

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