I didn't like the movie for many reasons. I didn't find it particularly well-paced or entertaining and I was never very invested in the super-rich, sometimes very shallow characters. That's not to say that rich characters aren't compelling because they are rich, but I didn't find these very interesting. I think forgiveness is sometimes positive, if the other person who broke trust in some way is sincerely remorseful, taking responsibility, and willing to do whatever it takes (including celibate time and counseling) to rebuild trust. However, forgiveness can also be totally blind, where the innocent person in the marriage just loves the other person and doesn't want to lose the life he or she has built, so they go back and allow themselves to be taken in by false promises and lies (and sometimes the other person doesn't even have to do that, the innocent party convinces his or herself that all is well).
at 10:59 PM on Apr. 10, 2011