Côte D’Azur

Rated 3.0

A 30-something French couple (Valeria Bruni Tedeschi and Gilbert Melki) and their teenage son and daughter spend the summer at a seaside villa inherited from the father’s aunt, and everybody pursues his or her own sexual escapades: Daughter takes off for Portugal with her biker boyfriend, Mom sneaks off to see her lover and assumes that her son and his best friend both are gay (she’s only half-right), and even Dad reignites an old flame from his younger days. This, apparently, is what passes for a comedy in French movies these days: not very funny, but pleasant enough, with a cheerful Gallic live-and-let-live attitude. Written and directed by Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau, the movie has no surprises (a couple of plot developments probably were meant to be), but it’s easygoing enough.