This is a really good life film, Rafi (Uma Thurman) is both a patient and a lover, David (Bryan Greenberg) plays her lover and is the son of a therapist (Meryl Streep), there's just one problem none of them know this to be the case, slowly but surely they all cotton on to what's going on and who's who.
This is not an out and out comedy, a drama or a romantic comedy, it's basically got a good amount of all three and I think it's works really well, there's good chemistry between all three characters, but the scenes between Uma Thurman and Meryl Streep for me steal the show, many times during the film Streep is hilarious without even saying a word, the reactions to what she's being told in these therapist sessions are wonderful to watch.
This really looks at what people want and need in relationships very well indeed, both the good and the bad things that can happen and I found the way that they ended the film very different in that it's left to your imagination as to what happens next, but not in such a way that you're left thinking to yourself "is that it?".
Uma Thurman and Bryan Greenberg are both effective in their roles, with a good turn by Jon Abrahams, but it's the superb performance by Meryl Streep that really makes this film and takes it to another level altogether