It is a really good film that raises important questions like the divide between rich and poor, relationships, art, marketing, ideas... There are some funny moments and some epic scenes. All the actors and even the children are excellent. I still prefer 'Force Majeure' from the same director though.
Who says you can't fill a film with more than one main idea? Public vs private, sophistication, savagery, wealth, ego and the influence of power all coalesce into a very funny yet often disturbing bit of pokery at the fatal flaws of our modern capitalist system. It's done with playfulness, intelligence and a tongue firmly planted in the cheek. Superb work. 4.5 stars