Armand & Albert,a middle-aged gay couple, reluctantly accept Armand's son's intention to marry the daughter of a conservative Senator, but when the fiancee's family comes to visit, the whole household is turned upside down.In Mike Nichols's hilarious remake of the 1978 French comedy La Cage Aux Folles, Armand Goldman (Williams) is a gay cabaret owner who lives in Miami's South Beach with his partner, Albert (Lane), the club's star performer. Armand and Albert must try in vain to pass as a typical couple when the prospective in-laws of Armand's son, Val (Futterman), come for dinner. While accepting their alternative lifestyle personally, Val demands that they tone it down for his girlfriend's (Flockhart) parents - who happen to be a political couple running on a family values platform. Lane's hilarious attempts to “play it straight” and Hank Azaria's brilliantly flamboyant houseboy, Agador, are the highlights of the film, which also features a beautifully understated Williams as the more “normal” of the pair. (1996), C, 119 min., R, CC, Fox Home Entertainment.
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