October 3, 1997 in Seven

‘In & Out’ Another Success For Kline

By The Spokesman-Review
 

When Kevin Kline debuted in the 1982 film “Sophie’s Choice,” he seemed destined to become the next great dramatic actor. It didn’t happen. He’s shone in a couple of dramatic roles, “Grand Canyon” among them, but Kline has achieved his greatest success in comedy (he won an Oscar for 1988’s “A Fish Called Wanda”). He shines, too, in “In & Out,” a comedy that features him as a high school teacher unclear about his sexual orientation.

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