Director Francois Ozon
Music director Eric Neveux
Genre Drama, Thriller, Comedy
Screenplay Francois Ozon
|Release date 1998 (1998)|
Writer Francois Ozon (scenario and dialogue)
Cast François Marthouret (le père), Marina de Van (Sophie), Adrien de Van (Nicolas), Lucía Sánchez (Maria), Stéphane Rideau (David), Jules-Emmanuel Eyoum Deido (Abdu)
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Sitcom is a 1998 French surrealistic satire film written and directed by François Ozon. The story documents the moral decline of a once esteemed suburban family, whose descent into degeneracy begins with the purchase of a small white rat.
The film's name is a direct reference to American sitcoms, which are noted for their focus on traditional family values and whimsical humour.
The patriarch of a seemingly normal nuclear family returns home one day with a small white rat. The animal soon has an adverse effect on his wife and children, influencing them into enacting their darkest, most hidden desires.
The son loudly announces his homosexuality and begins throwing wild orgies, the daughter deliberately flirts with death and practices sadomasochism on her boyfriend (Stéphane Rideau), while the mother seduces her son so she can "cure" him of his orientation. After the father eventually kills and devours the offending rat, he turns into one himself; when his family discover this, they band together and brutally slay him.
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