Triangle of Sadness is a film that satirizes affluent culture and influencers on a super-yacht. While peering into these luxurious lives, the story also brings to light the paradoxical contrast between rich and poor. In this episode of The Cinedicate, we will discuss the movie's plot, it's symbolism, and it's mixed reviews. Additionally, we will compare it to other films that tackle the same subject matter. So, let's get lost in the Triangle of Sadness.
The movie starts with two annoying characters, Yaya and Carl, who set the tone for what's to come. The audience is introduced to the phrase triangle of sadness, which becomes a recurring theme throughout the film. The film is all about equality and the contrast between wealth and poverty. The film takes the audience on a roller coaster ride and brings out different sides of human nature. While some people are content to live off the wealth and power they have obtained, others believe in equality and doing what's right, even if it means going against the norm. The film is highly symbolical and brings to light important issues that need to be addressed today.