I'll admit it was very faithful to the whole 17th century pastoral poem from which it came, but ... there was a scene when Celadon was lying in bed with his covers pulled up to his chin, pretending to be a girl, and three shepherdesses burst into his room, saying, "It's time for you to rise!" and the whole audience burst out laughing. Oddly, the one thing it could have used a lot more of was sex, and while there were two topless bits, otherwise there was nothing more than some smooching. Considering how hot the actors were, this was a real shame.
I'm somewhat impressed that all three of us made it all the way through it. I felt guilty and paid for a round of drinks afterwards to take the taste of the film out of our mouths and I suspect I'll have to take bathtubgin out to something else, too (tough for both of us, hmm?).