Generally favorable reviews - based on 28 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 25 out of 28
  2. Negative: 0 out of 28
  1. Magical movie, which has brilliant fun with the contrasts between film and theater, love and infatuation, reality and fantasy.
  2. It's all very French, very intricate, and -- this is Rivette's magic -- seemingly as light as air.
  3. 90
    Never less than witty, charming, accomplished.
  4. 90
    Va Savoir doesn't so much flow as wander, trailing off into drama one minute, slapstick the next; it tries your patience, but ever so gently, masterfully.
  5. 90
    Va Savoir has its own unhurried pace and unpredictable humor. This is the sort of comedy Robert Altman could only dream about.
  6. This masterful celebration starts off slowly, even uncertainly, giving no hint of the rich and elegant exploration of love, jealousy and animal attraction it will in all good time become.
  7. 90
    It's undeniably a trifle, but rarely is something like this done with such skill and, well, savoir-faire.
  8. Reviewed by: David Stratton
    An entrancing ensemble piece, directed with calm assurance, acted by a fine ensemble, and structured and scripted with wit and precision.
  9. 90
    The film could be subtitled "Six Characters in Search of an Ending:" When they find that ending, it is gently, delightfully uplifting.
  10. It may be the most serene and optimistic film Rivette has made in France. Yet even the art-house audience may undervalue it, miss the beauty, style and wit.
  11. Reviewed by: Jay Carr
    Souffle-light and airily playful.
  12. 83
    A vibrant, multicharacter film that entertains, disorients and enlightens.

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