In and Out
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In & Out

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Product Description

ActorsKevin Kline, Joan Cusack, Tom Selleck

DirectorFrank Oz

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Released in 1997, In & Out is an American romantic comedy. Filmed in New Jersey and New York, In & Out was directed by Frank Oz. The film stars Kevin Kline, Joan Cusack and Tom Selleck. Read More Here

“As a sharky, gay TV journalist investigating the story, Tom Selleck charms by playing in contrast to his own determinedly hetero persona.”
   Entertainment Weekly

“This is a rare, “feel good” motion picture that doesn't insult our intelligence while making its play for our emotions.”
   ReelViews

“Even if the movie is not a work of comic – or philosophical – genius, its existence does foretell of tolerance gaining a foothold in a largely intolerant world.”
   San Francisco Examiner

Features:

  • Format: PAL
  • Language: German, English
  • Subtitles: German
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 – 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG-13
  • Run Time: 90 minutes

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Reviews

  1. :

    This is a film based on the premise; What if you were outed on national television? A thin conceit and yet one that provides for a great film. Done with skill and care, this film has a sparkling cast (Kevin Kline, Tom Selleck, Joan Cusack) supported by an admirable list of old hands (Bob Newhart, Debbie Reynolds), and a great script (Rudnick). The action centres on a small town high school teacher, Howard, who has just been outed by a former star pupil (a wonderful turn from Matt Dillon) in his Oscar acceptance speech, just days away from his marriage. What follows is a man trying hopelessly to prove to the entire town that he is not, although with every breath he only manages to convince otherwise (his encyclopaedic knowledge of Barbra Steisand films does not help this – his girlfriend crying at one stage “Do you know how many times I had to watch ‘Funny Lady’?”).
    The highlights are the superbly played scenes with his now hysterical girlfriend (Oscar nominated Cusack), and a scene played with a tape recording about how to be a man in which he is berated by the narrator for dancing “…think of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Arnold doesn’t dance – he barley even walks!”.

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