PC. A film that takes full advantage of its time and integrates it in a fiction made of mistakes, according to the perspective of sexual liberation and gender equality, somewhat like Cukor's "The Chapman Report" or some Blake Edwards comedies. Often too coarse, with reasonably amusing dialogues, it's quite an example of Preminger's ambivalences in this period, being formality, by far, its least important aspect.
Can a film be over-evaluated? That seems to be what the likes of Pauline Kael and Vincent Canby did when reviewing SUCH GOOD FRIENDS. Questioning Preminger's motives, finding some sort of sociologic implications here is foolish; the film is funny and Dyan Cannon is, at times, flat out hilarious.