Misbehaviour is a drama about a group of women who hatch a plan to disrupt the 1970 Miss World beauty competition in London, hosted by Bob Hope.
The film's themes include discussion of misogynistic attitudes, racism and apartheid. Protesters set off a bomb in a van parked outside the beauty pageant; no one is injured.
During a scuffle with police, a protester elbows a man in the head. During a protest, a man is shot with a water pistol and a woman aims a water pistol at another man who appears to believe it is a real weapon.
The film includes sexual references, including a man joking about wanting to "feel" women, and offering a woman a choice of "scotch and sofa or gin and platonic".
The film includes two uses of the word “f**k” in addition to uses of the words “shit” and “bloody”.
There is a brief view of a painting of a breast-nude woman.
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