|Directed by||John Greyson|
|Produced by||John Greyson|
|Written by||John Greyson|
|Music by||Glenn Schellenberg|
Pissoir, retitled Urinal in some countries, was the first feature film directed and released by John Greyson.
Released in 1988, the film's central character is an unnamed man who conjures a circle of dead literary figures, including Sergei Eisenstein, Dorian Gray, Yukio Mishima, Frida Kahlo and Langston Hughes, to help him formulate a response to police crackdowns on homosexual sex venues in Toronto.
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