Triangle of Sadness

Triangle of Sadness

Models Carl and Yaya are invited for a luxury cruise with a rogues' gallery of super-rich passengers. At first, all appears Instagrammable, but the cruise ends catastrophically and the group find themselves marooned on a desert island.

  • Released:
  • Runtime: 120 minutes
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama
  • Stars: Harris Dickinson, Charlbi Dean, Woody Harrelson, Zlatko Burić, Henrik Dorsin, Iris Berben, Sunnyi Melles, Dolly de Leon, Vicki Berlin, Oliver Ford Davies, Jean-Christophe Folly, Amanda Walker, Hanna Oldenburg, Malte Gårdinger, Linda Anborg, Carolina Gynning, Arvin Kananian, Camilla Läckberg, Beata Borelius, Shaniaz Hama Ali, Alex Schulman, Amanda Schulman, Ralph Schicha, Timoleon Gketsos, Chris Westerstrom, Alicia Eriksson, Mira Uszkureit, Thobias Thorwid, Amanda Schulman, Alex Schulman, Jiannis Moustos, Stefan Gödicke, Nana Manu, Mia Benson, Elisabeth Falk
  • Director: Ruben Östlund
  • robdrummond - 4 June 2024
    Goodness me - what rubbish
    What on earth the BBC got themselves involved in this piece of rubbish I cannot imagine.

    Maybe it's a "box ticking" exercise - who knows.

    It seems to be some kind of Swedish film but (thankfully) it's in English - but also badged up BBC Films. None of that adds up.

    Ok I am only an hour in (with 1.5 hours to go - ugh!) - but I can't see the purpose of this film at this point. Literally there is little or no plot.

    The opening scenes don't appear to have anything to do with this film (so far) and it's like I have been watching different films.

    It's entirely possible of course that "something" will actually happen. But I won't hold my breath.

    OK - Just after I wrote this (10 mins later) ''something'' did happen - but seriously, its still not worth watching.

    I finished it. It got even worse as it went on and the ending is complete PANTS.
  • joakim589-1 - 13 April 2024
    Didn't like the last scene
    It was an interesting movie and subjects. I like the beginning, how they talk about money and gender roles. And then on the boat, how the rich people live in abundance and how then don't even got to see the lower workers.

    But I would have liked the movie better if the last scene (the running boy) wasn't in the movie, and would have ended with the woman holding the stone over her head listening to the girls suggestion ("we can work together"), and that we didn't know what she chose, to kill her (communism) or to work with her (capitalism). Would have been an 8 without the running boy scene. Now a 7.