Gay comedy movie The Shiny Shrimps opens at selected cinemas across the Midlands today.
When an Olympic swimmer makes a homophobic comment on TV, he is disciplined by the national swimming body and forced to coach an up-and-coming and flamboyantly gay water polo team.
It sounds loopy enough to be true, but is actually a fictitious comedy and a huge success in its native France.
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