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A PERFECT PLAN <span>(2012)</span> artwork


Type Feature

Approx. Running minutes 105

Release dates 13/06/2014

BBFCInsight infrequent strong sex references

Genre(s) Romance, Comedy

Director(s) Pascal Chaumeil

Cast includes Diane Kruger, Dany Boon, Alice Pol, Robert Plagnol, Jonathan Cohen, Bernadette La Saché

Summary A successful woman in love tries to break her family curse of every first marriage ending in divorce, by dashing to the altar with a random stranger before marrying her boyfriend.

Cut All known versions of this work passed uncut.

BBFCinsight publication date 03/06/2014

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

A PERFECT PLAN is a subtitled French romantic comedy. A woman worries that she'll be struck by the family curse of failed first marriages so sets out to find a man she can marry and divorce quickly.


A man briefly mimes fellatio by pushing his tongue into his cheek while his wife talks about the sex life of another couple. In another scene, a woman tries to embarrass her partner by telling party guests lies about being a 'streetwalker' who moved into the online world where men would ask her to 'be a goat' or tell her to 'call me a faggot' and 'stick it up your ass'. She also says that the man is a premature ejaculator who ejaculates several times a day.

Other issues include strong language with two uses of 'f**k'. Milder language includes: 'ass', 'shit', 'crap', 'bullshit', 'bitch' and 'pissed'.

There's some comic threat as a couple are scared by a lion while in Kenya. It growls and swipes at them and the man is seen to have wet himself afterwards.

There's one drug reference as a man warns another that kids might do drugs.

A few people are slapped around the face and one woman knocks herself out by banging her head accidentally on a rock.



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