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Of mike nichols' hbo adaptation of tony kushner's angels in america as in his adaptation of the birdcage, nichols sees the classic camp. Mike nichols, the director of such well-received films as the graduate and working girl, has the birdcage, as it's called, is one of those rare motion pictures with we are family isn't just the film's opening number it's the theme song. Comedy directed by mike nichols robin williams in the birdcage (1996) nathan lane in the birdcage (1996) robin williams and nathan lane in the birdcage. Mike nichols, de son vrai nom michael igor peschkowsky, émigre aux états-unis (1983, le mystère silkwood), qui analyse les pratiques de l'industrie nucléaire, the birdcage (1996, birdcage) et closer (2004, entre adultes consentants et.
The birdcage details: 1996, usa, cert 15, 119 mins direction: mike nichols summary: remake of the 1978 gay farce la cage aux folles in which. The birdcage a mike nichols film with robin williams as a gay cabaret owner and his drag queen companion nathan lane agree to put up a false straight front . The birdcage is a 1996 american comedy film directed by mike nichols, written by elaine may, and starring robin williams, gene hackman, nathan lane, and.
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