The 2023 Academy Awards are taking place this March, and the nominations are finally in, with this year’s best picture nominees locked in a close battle.


Ruben Östlund’s Palme d'Or winner Triangle of Sadness is one of 10 films in the best picture Oscar race, alongside All Quiet on the Western Front and Women Talking, and has also been nominated for Best Director and for scribing Best Original Screenplay.

Triangle of Sadness follows a couple of young models who are invited on a luxury cruise aboard a superyacht where they cross paths with some eccentric and incredibly wealthy guests - before all hell breaks loose.

With the 2023 Academy Awards fast approaching, now is your last chance to watch the film, which is now available to watch from the comfort of your own home.

Where to watch Triangle of Sadness in the UK

Harris Dickinson and models in Triangle of Sadness.
Harris Dickinson and models in Triangle of Sadness. Curzon/Neon

Triangle of Sadness is now available to buy or rent on digital platforms.

These include iTunes Store and Apple TV and also Prime Video.

The film can currently be purchased to keep on Prime Video for £13.99 or can be rented for £4.49.

Triangle of Sadness DVD release date

Triangle of Sadness will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on 20th February 2023.

These formats are now available to pre-order from Amazon.

The DVD is available there for £9.99 and on Blu-ray for £14.99.

Triangle of Sadness cast

The following actors appear in the Triangle of Sadness cast.

  • Harris Dickinson as Carl
  • Charlbi Dean as Yaya
  • Dolly de Leon as Abigail
  • Zlatko Burić as Dimitry
  • Iris Berben as Therese
  • Vicki Berlin as Paula
  • Henrik Dorsin as Jarmo
  • Jean-Christophe Folly as Nelson
  • Amanda Walker as Clementine
  • Oliver Ford Davies as Winston
  • Sunnyi Melles as Vera
  • and Woody Harrelson as the Captain

Leading the cast are a young couple of models in the form of Carl and Yaya.

Harris Dickinson is best known for his roles in the films Beach Rats, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, The King's Man, Triangle of Sadness, and Where the Crawdads Sing.

The film was the final role for actress Charlbi Dean before she died of bacterial sepsis at the age of 32. Dean was known for her work in the film Spud and the television series Black Lightning.

Triangle of Sadness trailer

You can get a taste of the chaos on offer in Triangle of Sadness with a trailer of the film below.

Triangle of Sadness is available to watch now. Check out more of our Film coverage or visit our TV Guide and Streaming Guide to see what's on tonight.


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