Allen Funt, the man who brought you Candid Camera, turns his attentions (and his lenses) on the American marriage ritual. Smile When You Say "I Do" is a series of vignettes in which wedding guests and participants are "caught in the act of being themselves," as Funt explains it. The film also interviews people of all ages concerning their attitudes (often wildly misinformed) about sex. Not as randy as Funt's earlier X-rated What Do You Say to a Naked Lady?, Smile When You Say "I Do" plays like an extended version of the producer/director's earlier TV series. As such, it will appeal primarily to Candid Camera's most devoted fans.
by Hal Erickson synopsis