Ritter and Sullivan are a young Lotusland duo whose marriage is going the way of clear air in Los Angeles. They spend a fast-moving hour in a deep examination of what went wrong. It's honest, painful, sometimes funny, and often heart tugging. Anyone who has ever gone through the pangs of
separation will recognize the process. One wishes that the ideas could have been developed more instead of being just lightly sketched. Still, the film does a better job in many respects than such creakers as BEST FRIENDS in examining a marriage.