I was doubtful about this movie, since the package instructed one to watch it "with a date." That I did not do and was cynical about it being a chick flick. It is not. The movie consists of a number of scenes addressing modern-day love and relationships. Most of these situations are bizarre, but it wouldn't have been so interesting if they were "normal" or had happy endings.
Some of the encounters involve: a horny man hitting on a "vulnerable" woman, two gay men discussing having a baby & monogamy, and two older people who reconnect after about 50 years of marriage - to other people.
The dialog was really good. Little heightened in spots, but I could see this being very effective as a stage play, if it isn't already.