Time Out says
Close to a parody of a French sex drama—complete with bored, bourgie bed-swappers and a dull sense of amoral sophistication—this autopiloted import does no favors to the legacies of Truffaut and Godard. Jewelry maker Rachel (Foïs) flirts with website designer Vincent (Duvauchelle); their respective partners—Franck (Zem), a masseuse, and Teri (Bouchez), a former Olympic gymnast—add sweat to the tepid broth. Will everyone’s openly decided infidelity lead to headaches? There’s little straying along the Kinsey scale to make matters more interesting, nor do the kids factor in that much. You can waste your time with hotter options.