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The Closet (2001)

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Original title: Placard, Le


Release Date
• USA: Jun 29, 2001
• UK: 17 May 2002
DVD Release Date
• R1: Jun 3, 2003

Budget FRF 95,130,000
BoxOffice: $4.5M

Official Website:
The Closet Website

MPAA Rating
Rated R for a scene of sexuality.

Running Time
1 hour, 24 minutes

Country France

Studio Canal Plus, EFVE Films, Gaumont, TFI

More info on IMDb.com

Other Titles
• The Closet (2001)
• Le Placard
• Mann sieht rosa, Ein (2001)



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Genre: Comedy, Gay/Lesbian, Experimental, Satire, Scams And Cons

Plot: It's all about perception…

Francois Pignon (Daniel Auteuil, The Widow of Saint-Pierre) leads an uncomplicated, complacent and quiet existence. Due to his severe case of "boring," his wife leaves him and his seventeen-year-old son abandons him. Pignon has little left to sustain himself except his accounting job at a condom factory. Until one day he accidentally discovers he is going to be fired, because his employers have grown tired of him as well.

Desperate for a solution, Pignon looks to his neighbor Belone (Michel Aumont), a retired corporate psychologist, for help. Together, they devise an outrageous scheme to solve his problem: Pignon will come out of a closet he never went into, and start a rumor that will have his entire corporation thinking he’s gay.

Due to this "surprising revelation," the new, mysterious Pignon suddenly intrigues his employer. Now he is a straight man pretending to live a gay life, entrenched in a comedy of errors, and finding his new persona is affecting everyone in his world. For the first time in his life, Francois Pignon is coming alive. -- © 2001 Miramax

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 Directed by
Francis Veber
The Dinner Game, Tais-toi!, Three Fugitives
 Written by
Francis Veber
The Birdcage, Fathers' Day, The Man with One Red Shoe
 Cast
Daniel Auteuil
Jean de Florette, Manon of the Spring, Queen Margot
Thierry Lhermitte
An American Werewolf in Paris, The Dinner Game, Divorce, Le
Michel Aumont
Tais-toi!, Compères, Les, Half a Chance
Jean Rochefort
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Alexandra Vandernoot
The Dinner Game, Five Obstructions, Doomsday Gun
Edgar Givry
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Thierry Ashanti
Tais-toi!, 3 zéros, Sweat
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 Music By
Vladimir Cosma
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