Night Zoo (French: Un Zoo la Nuit) is a 1987 Canadian film. It is directed and written by Jean-Claude Lauzon. The drama made its debut at the 1987 Cannes Film Festival.
Marcel (Gilles Maheu) is released from prison, hoping to reconcile with his dying father, Albert (Lebel). Marcel is also harassed by a corrupt gay cop. Marcel returns to his father who reveals that he has money and drugs stashed away for him. Marcel and his gay former cellmate both corner the corrupt cop and get their revenge on him. Julie (Adams) is Marcel's former girlfriend who works in a sex club peep show.
The film set a record by winning 13 Genie Awards.
The film was released on videocassette in the United States in 1988 by New World and in Canada that same year by Cinema Plus Video. In 1991, an EP-Mode tape of the film was released by Starmaker Video. To this day, the film has never been released on DVD and as of June 28, 2011, no plans have been made to release the film onto DVD.