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Triangle of Sadness (15)

1st December 2022 7:45 pm

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Two-time Palme d’Or winner Ruben Ostlund cements his position as contemporary cinema’s leading satirist with this savagely funny tale of class clashes and role reversals.

This outrageous comedy finds a rogues’ gallery of wealthy guests (from business tycoons to heiresses) aboard a hyper-luxury yacht, whose downtrodden staff – under the command of their captain and avowed Marxist (Woody Harrelson) – must respond to their every belittling whim in the hope of winning tips. Among the super-rich patrons are the oh-so-beautiful couple Carl (Harris Dickinson) and Yaya (Charlbi Dean), two models and social-media influencers who have been invited on a free trip to show off the kind of lavish lifestyle many could only dream of.

When the vessel is shipwrecked after a storm, the remaining passengers and crew are left stranded on an island. Here, survival skills become the new currency and hierarchical structures are upended, with the ship’s toilet cleaner Abigail (Dolly De Leon) taking charge over the moneyed elites, who are at a loss without their creature comforts. Fate introduces a little equality among the survivors, with anarchic, shocking and hilarious results.

After winning the Palme d’Or in 2017 for The Square, Ostlund entered that rare category of directors to win the prize twice with his latest film. Just as he skewered family values in Force Majeure and the art world in The Square, in his latest effort the filmmaker takes to task the wealthiest of the wealthy, the social-media set and the treatment of those whose service-industry jobs make them invisible, yet when the world is turned upside down become indispensable. Triangle of Sadness is further evidence of Ostlund’s brilliant skewering of modern Western society, its values and everything that those who profit from it hold dear.

Cert: 15

Running time: 2hrs 30mins

AD Audio Description available


Please note: All entry to Malvern Cinema is currently through the fire exits located at the front (Grange Road) side of the building. For audience members entering through the rear (Park) doors, entry to the Cinema is via the corridor adjacent to Door 6 of the Forum Theatre. We very much regret that, for reasons of safety, there will be no wheelchair access to Malvern Cinema until further notice.  Because of this we will be substantially increasing the number of film screenings in the Forum Theatre, which remains accessible to wheelchair users.  For more access information please click HERE.

Details

Date:
1st December 2022
Time:
7:45 pm
Event Categories:
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Venue

Festival Theatre
United Kingdom

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Price:
£7.50/£8.50 (Premium seats)
Concessions and members discounts apply
Show Times:
*Please note: film starts at advertised time*
Friday 25th November at 7.45pm
Sunday 27th November at 3pm
Tuesday 29th November at 7.45pm
Thursday 1st December at 7.45pm
Monday 5th December at 7pm (Forum Screening)

Event Reviews

  • Gavin

    Go and watch this Palm d’Or winning film. A funny, dark drama - a tale of our times. An absolute ‘cracker’ that you won’t forget in a hurry.