FILM TITLE: CHARMING
GENRE:
CONSUMER ADVICE: PG
DISTRIBUTOR: BLACK SHEEP FILMS
DIRECTOR:
MAIN CAST:
LANGUAGE: NONE
NUDITY: NONE
PREJUDICE: NONE
SEX: NONE
VIOLENCE: Low impact, infrequent, cartoon violence, in a comedic context and non threatening.
BLASPHEMY: NONE
DRUG ABUSE: NONE
COMMENTS: Prince Philippe Charming was cursed to steal the hearts of every girl in the land by an evil and vindictive witch named Neminy Never Wish. Philippe also happens to be engaged to Cinderella, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty. On his 21st birthday Philippe's curse will become permanent unless it is broken by true love's kiss and 3 days before his birthday Philippe goes on Gauntlet Quest to face three impossible obstacles and find out who his true love will be. He is accompanied by Lenny who is a woman disguised as a man and does not get affected by his curse because she has locked herself away from love. Lenny and Philippe encounter the 3 obstacles and overcome them. During this time Lenore begins to have feelings for Philippe but is discouraged due to the witches interference. Philippe discovers who Lenny is and realises that he loves her, he decides not to choose any of the princesses and also decides that in order for the curse to end he must die. At sunset on the day of his birthday the prince heads to the gallows but at the last minute is stopped by Lenore, who gives him true loves kiss that breaks the curse and live happily ever after.


This film contains positive and light hearted themes of spells, good vs evil, breaking curses, magic, finding true love, overcoming obstacles, determination and happily ever afters. These themes are treated sensitively within an animated, musical comedy context that contains a low sense of threat and menace. The film contains positive messages of finding true love, good triumphing over evil and happy endings. The content is suitable for all ages and themes are not likely to be harmful, upsetting or distressing for any children but parental guidance is advised to provide context where needed.