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The first trailer for Ruben Östlund’s “Triangle of Sadness”

The first trailer for Ruben Östlund’s “Triangle of Sadness”

The first trailer for Ruben Östlund’s “Triangle of Sadness” is currently online to watch, if you can stomach it. The satirical dark funny won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Movie Celebration previously this year. Östlund, that first damaged out with his funny “Force Majeur,” currently has 2 Palme d’Or victories under his belt many thanks to “Triangle of Sadness” and his 2017 satire “The Settle.” The new movie notes Östlund’s first English-language feature.

“Triangle of Sadness” celebrities “Coastline Rats” and “The Kingsman” star Harris Dickinson as an aspiring model that obtains the chance to holiday aboard a high-end yacht after his influencer sweetheart victories them a free journey. Woody Harrelson plays the yacht’s alcoholic captain. The yacht is complete of pompous and snobby visitors that comprise the 1%, but they all obtain their comeuppance when the journey takes a dark transform.

At the Cannes Movie Celebration in May, “Triangle of Sadness” shocked target markets and triggered some walkouts many thanks to one 15-minute scene where throwing up and defecation are displayed in all their visuals information. Neon, that picked up the movie for circulation out of Cannes, is fully leaning right into the film’s gross-out factor, as the movie’s poster features one of the character’s throwing up out gold puke.

Variety‘s Peter Debruge gave “Triangle of Sadness” a solid review out of Cannes, writing, “There is a meticulous accuracy to the way he constructs, obstructs and performs scenes — a type of agonizing unease, enhanced by uncomfortable silences or an unwelcome fly ringing in between personalities having a hard time to communicate.”

“Triangle of Sadness” joins “Titane” and Oscar champion “Parasite” in being the 3rd successive Palme d’Or champion that Neon has launched. The movie will be production its North American best at the Toronto Worldwide Movie Celebration next month.