Sitcom | Chicago Reader


A recent black comedy from France (1998) that has been compared to Todd Solondz's Happiness; considering the unpleasantness of the other longish Francois Ozon film I've seen. See the Sea (1997), this is probably apt. The plot concerns a repressed family whose repressions go away after the members are bitten by a pet rat: the son reveals he's gay, the daughter shows she's suicidal and sadomasochistic, and so on.


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