Four Lovers
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In this sexy, French romantic drama, two couples decide to explore the boundaries of their relationships by swapping partners. What starts as a fun, free-spirited ménage-a-4 experimentation full of sleepovers, shared vacations, and dinner parties soon turns into a hotbed of desire, anger, and confusion. As their arrangement leads them down an increasingly surprising and provocative path, the lovers begin to question their personal choices and lifestyles, leading to consequences none of them could foresee. -- (C) Oscilloscope

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"You know there's something wrong with a sex movie when the good parts are the dialogue."
‑ Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"You can waste your time with hotter options."
‑ Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out New York
"This handsome mate-swapping drama never moves beyond the erotic to become incisive about the barriers built into sexual experimentation for committed couples."
‑ Bill Weber, Slant Magazine
"The inevitable happens. You can count the minutes until it gets ugly."
‑ Kent Turner,
"Offers only dull characters playing for extremely low stakes."
‑ Farran Smith Nehme, New York Post
"Cordier remains sensitive to the subtle shifts in the foursome's dynamics, but do we really need another handwringer about the perils of polyamory?"
‑ Benjamin Mercer, Village Voice
"se kanei na aporeis gia to an aytos o laos exei kamia allh skotoyra pera ap' to pws tha phdhksei th gynaika toy diplanoy toy kai na to kanei na fanei fysiologiko"
‑ Joseph Proimakis, Movies for the Masses
"Too lazy and too scared to say anything pertinent about love, society and the human condition, "Four Lovers" is content to be a pleasant, mildly titillating divertissement with no meaning at all."
‑ Stephen Holden, New York Times
"The results are mildly surprising, somewhat predictable, and mostly mundane."
‑ Todd Jorgenson,
"Perpetuating the cliché that most modern Gauls are skinny, sexed-up chain smokers, Antony Cordier's frank but feeble drama is the sort of film that people who never watch French films think all French films are like."
‑ Simon Foster,
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