Middle-aged buddies take a group vacation to try their luck with the ladies in the satirical French comedy Les Maris, les femmes, les amants (1989). Although many of the pals are hitched, and some even have kids, the central figures in Pascal Thomas’s comedy are open to romantic flings if the opportunity arises. Thomas expends a great deal of energy diagramming the humorous situations of his idiosyncratic cast, who include henpecked husbands and swaggering Casanovas alike. Of course, the situation would never work if the vacation destination weren’t stocked with drop-dead-gorgeous women, and Thomas certainly delivers on that front. Leslie Azzoulai, Anne Guinou, and Alexandra London offer themselves up to actors and viewers alike in scenes that feature eyebrow-raising glimpses at prime-rate Gallic flesh.