So bewildering it's almost entertaining, this comedy of fiftysomethings and their extramarital affairs is one of those films you can actually see flailing for life. Less a movie than a series of House Beautiful
spreads, it tries out various story ideas in its attenuated attempt to get underway careening, for no particular reason, from New York to Paris and back before shrugging its shoulders and becoming another movie altogether: one set in Mississippi and on Long Island. Then, halfway through, we're off to Sun Valley, Idaho, where the up-till-then naturalistic film abruptly becomes a surreal farce THE ADDAMS FAMILY scripted by Hemingway. ...