Outdoor exhibitionist scenes galore?
"Ancient Indian tribes believed that deer were messengers, teaching the hunter a lesson during the chase. Set in a small bizarre town in Connecticut, aptly named Perfect, we are introduced to a 29-year old successful advertising executive who has dreamed of nothing but her wedding day since the age of seven - due to her meddling mother planting in her head that if she didn't get hitched by that age she would die old and lonely. Desperate to marry anyone, she agrees to marry a nebbish mama's boy accountant. Just as they are about to exchange "I do's," a white tail deer comes crashing through the wedding, knocks the groom to the ground causing a $50,000 wedding band to land on its antlers. With 48 hours until hunting season, she turns to a great cop who just happens to get extremely nervous around beautiful women, causing him to turn into a bumbler. After several failed attempts to find the deer by others, the police officer and the bride set out onto thousands of acres of woods to find the deer and bring back the uninsured ring. Along the way, she learns that marriage is much more than a ceremony and that real love is worth waiting for."