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Australian Theatre Company Summer Pool Party

Rachael Carpani - Australian Theatre Company Summer Pool Party Fundraiser in Brentwood - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Sunday 2nd August 2015

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Triangle Review


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British filmmaker Smith (Severance) comes up with an effectively disorienting premise that consistently keeps us both unsettled and unsure what might happen next. It may be a bit vague for some viewers, but others will love it.

Jess (George) is clearly having a bad morning when she joins her friend Greg (Dorman) for a day trip on his gorgeous sailboat with his friends Sally and Downey (Carpani and Nixon), their friend Heather (Lung) and Greg's shipmate Victor (Hemsworth). After a sudden freak storm, they are rescued by an ocean liner that seems to be utterly empty. Except that they start dying one by one.

Sort of. And Jess is the only one who has an inkling that she may be able to stop the cycle of violence.

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Bourne Ultimatum Premiere - Arrivals

Rachael Carpani Tuesday 7th August 2007 Bourne Ultimatum Premiere - Arrivals Sydney, Australia

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