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• USA: Sep 19, 1997
DVD Release Date
• R1: Oct 20, 1998
• R2: 9 Apr 2001
Rated PG-13 for sexual content and some strong language.
1 hour, 30 minutes
Paramount Pictures, Spelling Films
Studio Paramount, Scott Rudin, Spelling Entertainment
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• In & Out (1997)
|Genre: Comedy, Gay/Lesbian, Farce, Mistaken Identity, School / Campus, Buddies, Suspense|
Tagline: An out-and-out comedy.
Plot: Exuberant, tart, and gently mocking of America’s straight-laced response to nontraditional sexual matters, IN & OUT traces the both painful and laugh-filled journey of popular teacher Howard Brackett (Kevin Kline) from being everyone’s buddy to an being an oddity when he’s outed on national television by a former student turned movie star. Only days away from marrying longtime fiancée Emily (Joan Cusack), Howard scrambles all over town assuring everyone that he's not gay and the wedding is still on. But a kiss from a male TV entertainment reporter (Tom Selleck) spins Howard’s world upside down--or perhaps finally right-side up. A howlingly funny and dead-on script by Paul Rudnick, shining performances by Kline and Cusack, and a deftly crafted message about placing individuals above stereotypes propel IN & OUT into the upper echelon of social comedies.
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