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A gay cabaret owner and his drag queen companion agree to put up a false straight front so that their son can introduce them to his fiancée's right-wing moralistic parents.
While Albert acts as Mother, Armand describes her to Senator Keeley as the "girl from Grover's Corners." Senator Keeley replies that Grover's Corners is "a great place to call home." Grover's Corners is the fictional, idyllic small town in Thornton Wilder's famous... ...
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There are two very obvious cuts during the beginning flyby, which is assembled to look like one long shot from the opening over the ocean to the close up of the stage inside the club. The first is when the shot pans down to the street in front of the club. Most of the cars shift to the right and some are different. Then again as the shot approaches the front door, the action inside the door cuts to a different shot.
£3,673,343 (UK) (17 May 1996)
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