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Triangle of Sadness (2022)

Directed by: Ruben Östlund

Habang may tatsulok

At sila ang nasa tuktok

Hindi matatapos itong gulo.

Paano kapag umikot ang triangulo?

Angat na angat si Dolly de Leon sa pelikulang ito. Andaming sinisimbolo ng kanyang karakter sa lipunang ito. Mensaheng maganda, panget, madumi at totoo.

She earned her moment in the movie.

Witnessing her redemption is truly satisfying.

All the other actors are fine, but their character arcs are insufficient to even make a stand.

The conversations include a wide array of topics. They tend to clutter, ending with a pile of random socio-political thoughts rather than a group of cohesive messages.

The movie gained its focus during the last act — when a single character tried to tangle all the mess in one place. The scenes are funny even if sometimes, they meant chaos and sadness. The irony makes it funnier.

Babae ka man o lalaki, mayaman o mahirap,

marami pa ring tayong pagkakatulad.

Baliktarin mo man ang mundo,

pares-parehas pa rin tayong nalulungkot.

It’s sadder to think that with a system built on triangle… There’s gonna be always someone on the top.



Cast: Dolly de Leon, Harris Dickinson, Charlbi Dean, Zlatko Burić, Vicki Berlin, Henrik Dorsin

Presented by: TBA Studios (Distribution in the Philippines)

Date Released: November 17 on QCinema Festival; November 30, 2022 in Philippine Cinemas nationwide

A Movie Review by: Goldwin Reviews



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