What I usually like about Woody Allen's movies is that they're not pretentious. They're generally easy to "see through". This one kinda annoyed me though since it was a little too straight forward and was lacking good dialogue and cinematography. I feel like his better works tapped more into his own experiences.
It's not easy to create such a complex, sexy, non-judgemental, approach on what a polyamorous triangle can be like. Quite an achievement. Usually we have either moralistic takes on how certain lifestyles just don't work, or the counterpart position, the defense of a lifestyle, without the honest complexity that life always has. But in the end this is just a good, sexy, love story. And some people do live like this.
When Woody Allen meets Almodovar. The perfect leading trio backs the movie from the beginning to the end. Only rub : Money. Yes, looks like those characters doesn't give a shit about money because they have a lot of it. So they don't have problems. So they try to find some.