Fei is supposed to carry out a robbery for the triad with Sam as the driver, Sam wants to back out which puts Fei in a awkward position with the traid. The three are arguing over the situation when a man approaches them and tells them about a treasure chest and it's location. The three decide to steal it. They need to deal with each other while Fei avoids the triads and Sam contends with his unstable wife and the cop (who's suspiciously wise to thier plans).
Triangle is interesting because it's produced and directed by three people. Tsui Hark, Ringo Lam and Johnny To. This fact alone makes this worth renting. Each director takes charge of about thirty minutes of the film in the order I mentioned them.
I found this to be an entertaining rental and worth about 3/5. The problem is also the film's main draw. There's very little continuity between the three segments. Each segment takes the story in a new direction. This can be confusing and a tad frustrating. I really like Johnny To films so the third segment was my favourite. He does a good job of bringing the film to a satisfying conclusion.
Consider this an interesting experiment by three of China's most famous directors. It won't blow you away but it's a must watch.
Edited by John The Grudge, 13 March 2009 - 03:58 PM.