Fly Me To The Moon (Un Plan Parfait) Friday, 03 April 2020

Fly Me To The Moon (Un Plan Parfait)

Additional Info

  • Rating:

    M: Coarse language and sexual references.

  • The pitch:

    Love at first flight.

  • Starring:

    Diane Kruger, Dany Boon, Alice Pol, Robert Plagnol, Jonathan Cohen, Bernadette Le Saché, Etienne Chicot, Laure Calamy, Malonn Lévana

  • Directed by:

    Pascal Chaumeil

  • Running time:

    101 minutes

  • Rated:

    M (Australia), NR (UK), NR (USA)


    People get slapped, hit with objects, elbowed, accidentally injured. Objects thrown, smashed. Plane crashes, suicide mentioned (figurative). Arguing. Blood/gore: A man is stabbed multiple times with a syringe (mostly in his face). Swelling. Dental drills heard. Goat heads, goat offal, goat skin. Animal skull and bones seen. Consuming animal droppings discussed.


    Kissing, caressing, flirting. Couple seen in bed (sex implied). Prostitution, internet sex, premature ejaculation, lap dance mentioned. Crotch-adjusting, breast-grabbing. Woman in underwear, very skimpy clothing. Revealing dancewear, evening wear. People wearing swimwear. Shirtless man. Cleavage.


    Alcohol (wine, champagne, spirits, shots). Bar settings. Smoking (cigarettes, cigar). Man in shower, woman in towel (no genitals seen).A man is stabbed with a sedative. Yellow Fever medication, kids doing drugs (speculative) mentioned.


    F-word, s-words, a-words. Name-calling, mocking behaviour. Sexual-themed slang (verbal and hand gestures). Gender, genre, cultural, ethnic, racial, tribal, marriage, mother-in-law, tourist stereotypes. Religious references and exclamations.


    Romance, relationships, dating, engagement, marriage, divorce, long-term relationships, family, curses, depression, travel, ritual, custom, ceremony, cabaret, star-gazing, ten-pin bowling, lying, love at first sight, hair loss, aerobatics, weightlessness, fate.


    Divorces, deceased father, relationship breakups mentioned. A man marries his daughter. Church, wedding, dental clinic settings. Horses, lion, caged chickens, cockroach, elephants, goat, planes, aerial stunts. Foie gras, supu (goat offal stew), eyeball, lamb eaten. Fur worn. Depression, panic attack, fear of flying mentioned. Vomiting, spitting, gagging, urine-soaked clothing. Original title is Un Plan Parfait. French language with subtitles. Mid-credits scene.


    Sweet, funny, entertaining, high-concept. Enthusiastic performances, persuasive chemistry between leads, strong production values, seamless special effects, appealing narrative framing device.


    Clichéd, contrived, conventional, convoluted, overcooked, over-complicated, predictable, uneven, unconvincing, implausible. Unlikeable characters, narrative flaws, lacks heart.

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