Triangle Square (2001)





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"Triangle Square" is a gritty comedy, which depicts a young man's coming of age through reunion with lifelong friends in the beach city in which he was raised. While copying with a family tragedy. LINCOLN WILCOX discovers himself and what really matters in life while dealing with his unpredictably eclectic peers. "Linc" learns not to take anything for granted and, due to this discovery, also learns how to fall in love... with his best friend's sister.Triangle Square explores topics of trust, love, betrayal, ambivalence and reconciliation through showcasing attitudes and habits of current, conflicted, post-adolescent suburban youth in America. This dark, coming of age comedy is a sharp-edged and revealing snapshot of the surprising social trends that arise in the relatively "stable" communities that people otherwise take for granted. Ultimately, through hilariously honest and revealing conversations and experiences, this post-Gen X ensemble lets us recognize qualities not too far removed from people in our own backyards... -- © 2000 Cornerbrook Films
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Meg Lugaric
as Kasey
Jon Cellini
as Bobby
Ashley Turner
as Hadley
Matthew Lillard
as Snake Eater
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Clumsy, dreary would-be comedy about self-absorbed Gen-Xers.

December 3, 2001
Film Threat

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