A unusual film. I had to watch it several times before I really understood what it was all about. I am not sure it would be everyones cup of tea.
Basically, it is about free love. Trends do change, we laugh at that expression now. But in the late sixties and early seventies, they conveyed a swipe at convention. A one man, and one woman marriage. This film is against those ideas of fidelity. The sex is tactfully done, so don't buy if you want an erotic film, you won't get it. But if you are prepared to watch it with an open mind, you will enjoy most of the acting. Charles Dance excels as the leader of men, and women. Although, some of the lines written for him, he seems to say with tongue in cheek.