In and Out

Synopsis: Two couples, Pierre and Aimée, Éric and Pénélope, all share four years of friendship without cloud. Only concern, Penelope and Pierre have become lovers - The situation becoming untenable, ...
Genre: Comedy
85 min

Miss Whoopi Goldberg.


I love you, Whoopi!

So, Whoop, Cameron Drake. His chances?

This kid is incredible. He is so sexy...

It's Cameron!

I adore him.

He is just the best there is.

It's Cameron Drake!

There he is. Look.

Cameron, Cameron!

Cameron, Cameron!

Cameron, Cameron, Cameron!

He is just so cool.

What is that on his chin?

Looks like a troll doll.

Did he just wake up?

Shut up.

Ladies and gentlemen, here comes

America's hottest young star...

and People Magazine's sexiest

man of the year, poor guy...

Cameron Drake.

- Hello.

- Hey.


So, Cameron,

tonight's the big night.

All the marbles. Planet Cameron.


Uh, excuse me?

I said, right.

Everyone's saying that you

won't be going home empty-handed.

How do you feel about that?

And speak up.

Basically to me, awards are meaningless.

I'm an artist. It's about the work.

All the nominees are artists.

We shouldn't be forced

to compete like dogs.

I hear you. Good point.

Then why are you here?

In case I win.

Now we return to

the 68th Annual Academy Awards.

Coming up, the Oscar for

best performance by an actor.

Ladies and gentlemen,

Miss Glenn Close.

Now our final nominee for

Best Actor... Cameron Drake.

Cameron rocketed to stardom

with courage and charisma...

tackling the role

of a brave gay soldier...

in the breakthrough film

"To Serve and Protect. "

You're gonna make it, Danny.

I love you, Billy.

Wait. Do you love me as a

friend, or in another way?

Another way, Billy.

You mean as a brother?

No, another way.

You mean as a cousin?

No, another way.

You mean as a pen pal?

My legs hurt. Aah!

Aah! Aah!


Lieutenant Stevens...

you've been awarded

two purple hearts...

and a Congressional

Medal of Honor.

You saved the lives

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