We are intolerant of affairs, we North American Puritans. We are not French. This, despite the fact that, statistically, most of us will find themselves inhabiting at least one corner of a love triangle sometime in our lives.
When you go see a play entitled Cock you expect some groundbreaking transgressive content, perhaps sexual elements that push the boundaries of comfort. However, Mike Bartlett's brilliant play never panders to any need for sensationalism.
The first rule of successful moviemaking is knowing your audience, and the makers of "Eclipse," certainly know theirs. They have taken everything in Meyer's book that is romantic and flung it full force on the screen.
The new Nancy Meyers' film has a cast headed by Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin. But the plot doesn't quite work, and the stars don't shine as brightly as they should, and... well, it's complicated.