Martin Gero‘s Young People Fucking, which will show at the Toronto Film Festival on 9.6, 9.7 and 9.8, “lives up to its title — or down to it, depending on your point of view,” according to NOW’s John Harkness. His boilerplate description — “a smart comedy following five couples, in once case a trio, through an evening’s sexual encounters that reflect various elements of the relationships” — is counter-balanced by an admission that “it ain’t La Ronde [although] it succeeds within its own self-imposed limits.” But I’m going to see it (probably, maybe) because Harkness claims “it has the funniest single line in any movie this year.”