This entire insipid picture revolves around the importance placed on a man and a woman exchanging the keys to their apartments. The attempt here seems to be to create a profound reflection on love and commitment, but the whole thing comes off as a cliched embarrassment that doesn't show
even a pittance of insight. All of the film's characters are apparently representations of big-city professionals. Brooke Adams is a television producer, Ben Masters is a squeaky-clean writer of detective novels, and Daniel Stern is one of those young lawyers who wears a three-piece suit and rides
a bike to work. Adams and Masters are involved in an "open relationship," sharing sepa...