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Two aging St. Tropez homosexuals (Ugo Tognazzi, Michel Serrault) unwittingly have the microfilm a spy ring wants.

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Critic Reviews for La Cage aux Folles II

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Audience Reviews for La Cage aux Folles II

  • Aug 09, 2010
    This likable but over-silly sequel involves the first film's camp duo, Ugo Tognazzi and Michel Serrault, in a rather desperate spy adventure when secret police and foreign agents try to find a microfilm the couple are inadvertently carrying around. Serrault's squealing performance as the suffering artiste dredges up a few laughs, particularly towards the end when he first disguises himself as a woman, and then has to pretend to be a woman disguising herself as a man. For the most part, though, this is tiresome stuff, jerking around all over the place thanks to its wildly uneven tone. Still, it's an improvement on the shrill original.
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