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The Michigan Daily

Wednesday, April 16, 1986

Page 7

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0 La La,
By Sue Cahill
I F YOU were not at the late
show last Friday, you missed a
semi-private screening of an amm1ino
new release, La Cage aux Folles III:
The Wedding. No more than twenty
people followed the usher's directions
all the way down the back hallway to
the last theater on the right.
Granted, the film is French with
subtitles-strike one to the average
viewer; it is a sequel to a sequel -
strike two; and it explores the
relationship of a middle-aged
homosexual couple. Strike three?
Director George Lautner is not out
to attract the typical American
audience's attention, though he
proves once again that the dilemmas
of a gay couple, flawlessly played by
Michel Serrault and Ugo Tognazzi,
can be just as engaging, if not more
so, as the problems of any straight
couple on the screen.
The film opens with Albin,
(Tognazzi), leaving St. Tropez for
Scotland and the reading of his late
Aunt Emma's Will. Uncomfortably
dressed in a man's black suit, he cuts
a comic figure, shuffling and pran-
cing through the airport, complaining
to Rinato, (Serrault), that he "can't
walk in flat shoes!" As usual, he
makes a constant spectacle of him-
self, sporting. countless pastel en-
sembles, trendy enough to make any
women jealous.

'La Cage' A
Waving like the Queen of England, Clever
he deplanes in Scotland to discover move th
just how large an estate he has conveni
inherited. Yet Albin falls faint off his matrim
chair when he learns that he can only Pergola
keep his new title of "Duke", cinemat
("Duchess", he corrects the lawyer), amusing
if he gets married and fathers a child the san
within eighteen months. Otherwise, predeces
he will lose everything to his Obviou
Christopher-Reeve-lool-alike cousin, not for e
Woodson, (Michel Galabru). Albin, recomm
completely flustered, catches the a corned
next flight home. good fai
The search for a practical solution
leads Albin and Rinato through a
complicated series of circumstances,
including a dating service, a courting
lesson, and a suicide attempt, all of
which fail hilariously.
Throw in a beautiful girl,
(Stephane Audran), pregnant, and
recently jilted by her boyfriend, a
nightclub act featuring Albin as a
Queen Bee, (the costume alone is
worth the price of admission), a flut-
tery black housemaid named Jacob,
and plenty of role reversals,
especially when Rinato feigns an in-
terest in women. The result is an en-
dearingly droll twist on the feminine
temperment.

Trois

writing and insightful acting
e plot swiftly through a few
ent coincidences to its
onial climax. And Monsieur
's subdued, stylized
tography enhances this
piece of cinematic folly with
me warmth of its two
ssors.
usly, La Cage aux Folles III is
veryone, but it comes highly
ended to those of us who love
dy and who can still enjoy a
ry tale.

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