A film without too much distinction (it is pleasant enough in a fluffy way), except that it has the ageless Irene Jacob in it. She is is in perhaps a fourth of the scenes but lights up the screen whenever she appears. The film is about a blocked movie director leaving his lover Chloe (Jacob) and playing the field. This plot is just implausible. Who would choose to leave Jacob? The actress hasn't made too many films recently; she has a singing career and is now president of the Lumiere Institute. Four stars for fans of the actress, who was Kieslowski's muse in the revelatory _Double Life of Veronique_ and _Three Colors: Red_ (arguably the greatest film of all time). And if you are not an Irene Jacob fan -- make yourself one by seeing those films! Most art-house critics in the US (especially those of "Village Voice" and "Film Comment") whitewashed Kieslowski out of cinematic history for 20+ years while trying to sell us hundreds of inferior auteurs and thousands of bad films. No wonder the art-house scene has gone to hell and both of those publications have gone out of print.