Story of two comfortable, affably married Parisian couples. When Rachel's jewelry business delivers to her web designer Vincent, their mutual attraction is readily apparent. It isn't long before Rachel invites Vincent and his wife Teri to dinner. Everything is very pleasant, relaxed and shabby-chic, very savoir-vivre. The instant physical chemistry between Teri and Rachel's husband, Franck is also obvious. After they've shared a few drops of wine and a large dose of metaphor, all revolving around a ping-pong table, Teri and Franck kiss. Everyone is mildly shocked, yet more intrigued and they handle it with a rather jejune sophistication. Soon they are regularly putting their sex lives on shuffle, passionately partner-swapping with an abandon that is both respectful and injurious to their ongoing marriages. At first they consensually agree to set no rules and enjoy themselves. As their feelings become more complicated they're forced to question modern relationships, responsibilities ...
I totally liked this film. The plot is superb and totally realistic.The plot reveals something most married man and woman dreams of. An open relationship which let each partners to have extramarital relationships without any strings. But is it actually possible? This awesome movie discuss about how such an relationship could effect their and their loved once lives. It is as complicated as any human relationship could be or even more. It could seem something beautiful at first; but it always makes a life immensely complicated. Actually almost unbearable. The film is a total beauty from the start to the end. Totally watchable. Every character is well built and the cast do a wonderful job by actually living in them. I can't imaging any better end for this movie other than it has. I am truly satisfied. My time didn't go waste.
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