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  • Genres : Comedy
  • Languages : English
  • Year of production : 1996
  • Cinema release date : 01/05/1996
  • Duration : 1h59'
  • Incomes : $185,260,553

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  • Wednesday 01 May 1996
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  • A Gaiola das Loucas
  • La Cage de ma tante
  • La jaula de las locas (Hispanoamérica)
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  • Una jaula de grillos (España)

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The Birdcage (1996)

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Val Goldman and Barbara Keeley are engaged to be married, and wish to have their families meet. Val's father, Armand, owns The Birdcage, a South Beach drag club. His domestic partner is Albert, who appears regularly as "Starina," the show's star drag queen. Barbara's father is ultraconservative Republican Ohio Senator Kevin Keeley, who is seeking re-election as the co-founder of the "Coalition for Moral Order". Fearing their reaction if they learn the truth about Val's parents, Barbara tells her parents that Armand is a cultural attaché to Greece, that Albert is a housewife, and that they divide their time between Greece and Florida; she also changes the family's last name from Goldman to Coleman to hide their Jewish background.

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