The Motion Picture Production Code finally came crashing down in 1968, done in by the demise of the studio system and the rise of sexual revolution. Soon, the winds of societal change led to such films as Midnight Cowboy, Myra Breckinridge and the ultimate kiss to the Swingin’ Sixties, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice. Admissions of infidelity threaten the marital bonds of two California couples (Robert Culp/Natalie Wood and Elliott Gould/Dyan Cannon) until they decide to relax and play it as it lays, so to speak. But does trading partners lead to true fulfillment? Paul Mazursky, in his directorial debut, hedges his bets while exploring the bumpy road to love.
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