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A twenty-something who has spent several years staring failure in the face tries to put his life back in order in this independent comedy-drama. Linc (Donny Terranova) is a struggling young writer who decided to drop out of college so he could devote his time to writing the great novel he was certain lurked within him. Four years down the line, however, Linc's novel remains unfinished, and he scrapes together a living in Los Angeles writing a column for a low-rent porn magazine. When Linc's father dies unexpectedly, he comes home for the first time in years to attend the funeral. While in town, Linc runs into Dena (Dawn Cochran), whose brother was Linc's best friend back in the old days. As Linc tries to figure out what his next move in life should be, he finds himself increasingly attracted to Dena, who is also interested in him, though both Linc and Dena have to deal with Julie (Nicole Eggert), Linc's former flame who still believes she has a claim to him. Triangle Square won the Audience Award at the 2001 Dances With Films Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi