Sitting on Triangle of Sadness for a couple days now and I’m still not fully sure. It’s obviously a harsh and stressful push on the rich, and their familiar overprivileged, stuck-up fiasco of a life, but it also examines the cruel survival of society and it’s very rich and complex on those matters. Sure there are plenty of topics that this film symbolizes that I didn’t pick up on, and some I might never, but the whole thing is for…
With Emily The Criminal, it’s made all the more clear that we do not appreciate how good an actress Aubrey Plaza is because this is her CAREER performance. She’s fun, she’s emotional, she’s such a great embodier of characters, she can deliver like a bad bitch, and she’s just so freaking good in this film. The whole time I was having a marvel of a time seeking this plot out, reliving it tonight on rewatch and basking in true Indie greatness. Seek this film out people!