Harris Dickinson (Beach Rats) and Charlbi Dean (Black Lightning) will lead Ruben Östlund’s (The Square) first English language feature, Triangle Of Sadness, alongside three-time Oscar nominee Woody Harrelson (Zombieland).
Triangle Of Sadness is a satire set in the fashion world that takes place on a luxury cruise which goes awry when the Marxist captain (Woody Harrelson) decides to punish his spoiled passengers by staging a grand dinner during a violent storm, leading to food poisoning and seasickness.
However, when the ship’s passengers and crew become marooned on a deserted island, the power dynamic shifts as a cleaning lady rises through the ranks as the only one able to provide food to the glitterati.
The international cast also includes Henrik Dorsin (Solsidan) from Sweden, Zlatko Buric (Pusher) from Croatia, Iris Berben (Miss Sixty) and Sunnyi Melles (The Awakening of Motti Wolkenbruch) from Germany, Vicki Berlin (Anja & Viktor) from Denmark, and Oliver Ford Davies (Star Wars) from the UK.
Triangle Of Sadness begins production on 19th February in Gothenburg and Trollhättan, followed by filming on a yacht in the Adriatic Sea and Greece. It is expected to premiere in 2021.