What starts as a confusing collection of varied stories melds into one of the most resonant and poignant cinematic experience I've seen in years. It's sprawling and ambitious and when it seems like it might spin out of control into the realm of pretension, it lands the landing beautifully.
What can be said about this film that hasn't already been said? It's absolutely the finest example of romantic cinema today, and the three films as a whole... the finest examples of romantic cinema since the 40s (yes, that's when Casablanca came out.)
Linklater, Hawke, and Delpy have written what I think will end up being considered the criterion standard of cinematic relationship exploration.
Our favorite couple Jessie and Celine are back, nine years after their fateful rekindling in France,…
What a mind bender. I will have to watch this again to see it all through, but man oh man, I loved this film.
Half Memento, half genre film, half fever dream (yes, that's three halves, but it's that kind of movie)... Triangle is a constant thrill, filled with many memorable set pieces, and lots to think about afterward. It won't leave you confused, but it will leave you with itching to see it again.
An absolute joy.