“I’m sure I’ve met you before — I never forget a face, and you are good looking, you know!”
Genres, Themes, Actors, and Directors:
… it defies belief that Schatze and Polaire would continue their friendship with her given her history of rampant double-crossing.
Indeed, it’s deeply unpleasant to watch Jean ruthlessly edging in on one relationship after the other while her friends stand by helplessly — by the end of the film, she’s becomes somewhat of a villainess, a development out of keeping for a story presumably about female solidarity. Ultimately, it’s just not very enjoyable to watch these three unlikely friends pursuing their (uninteresting and instantly forgettable) male catches.
Redeeming Qualities and Moments: