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Triangle of Sadness Triangle of Sadness

Ruben Östlund / Sweden, Denmark, Germany, France / 2022 / 147 min

Models Carl and Yaya are invited on a luxury cruise with the über-rich: a Russian oligarch who made his fortune “selling shit”, a senior British arms-dealing couple and an alcoholic, Marx-quoting captain. A storm is brewing, and heavy seasickness hits the passengers during the captain’s seven-course dinner. This hilarious satire on wealth, greed, glamour and hypocrisy by provocateur Östlund earned him his second Palme d’Or.

cast Harris Dickinson, Charlbi Dean, Woody Harrelson, Vicki Berlin, Henrik Dorsin, Zlatko Burić, Jean-Christophe Folly, Iris Berben, Dolly De Leon, Sunnyi Melles, Amanda Walker, Oliver Ford Davies, Arvin Kananian, Carolina Gynning, Ralph Schicha

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“A wildly funny Lord of the Flies for the era of the super-rich. /…/ the perfect comedy for our times.”
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