What's your favorite scene of the film? My favorite was when the storm hit the Triangle. That scene was the beginning of the end.Read more >
More optimistically, though, maybe the taxi driver represents Death’s messenger waiting for her to accept the truth and be set free from her circle of eternal suffering? Nevertheless, she still remains unable to come to terms with her situation and so journeys on to join the sailing trip to relive the phenomenon all over again.
- Triangle (2009) Explained at Astronomy Trek.
In Triangle, at the start when Jess arrives at the boat for the "first" time, is this the start of the continuation of the ending scene.
It's known that the cruise ship and any surroundings after leaving it is in a time loop.
Though Jess remembers the ship and tells Greg, she makes no indication that she is in the time loop. So yes, the movie was meant to confuse the user but seeing that, according to the number of dead Sallys on board, the time loop occurs more than 20 times.
So the first time she entered the loop, the storm sent her into an alternate reality with the neverending timeloop? Is this what the movie was showing? I noticed there is a deadly Jess that was not really in the foreground that got shot in the head, and stabs Sally and …Read more >
In the film Triangle we learn at the very end of the film, that the Jess we meet in the beginning already went through the loop (maybe even all of them). She remembers what happens on the liner, and she must remember that her main goal was to stop the entire crew from stepping onto the liner.
When the moment comes when the crew wants to be "rescued" by the liner, why didn't she try to stop them? She hesitates, but doesn't act on it. Why?
Christopher Smith got the original idea for Triangle when he and producer Jason Newmark saw an ocean liner at Cannes and Newmark asked him "Why don't you set a movie on an ocean liner?" Smith has explained in interviews and on the DVD commentary that he then needed to find a mythology to turn this idea into a whole feature film. This led him to set the story in the Bermuda Triangle, and he referred to this in early interviews. As the script was developed and production progressed, direct references to the Bermuda Triangle were dropped, however the title was retained and some indirect references remain: e.g. Smith named the yacht "Triangle" so that the audience could infer a connection, and the home port of the Aeolus is given as Miami (one …Read more >