Produced by England's famous Hammer Studios, FOUR SIDED TRIANGLE is one of the first of many Hammer films to feature a mad scientist, played here by Stephen Murray. Murray stars as Dr. Bill Leggat who, along with his childhood friends Lena and Robin, creates a machine that can flawlessly replicate anything, be it animate or inanimate. Undermining the trio's professional relationship is the sexual tension that has been brewing for years. Both men are attracted to Lena, but, on the eve of the public announcement of their invention, Lena declares her love for Robin. Devastated, Bill decides to clone Lena, and names the clone, who has all of Lena's feelings and memories, Helen. Confident that Helen will love him, Bill takes her on a holiday. However, while away, Bill's relationship with Helen does not go as planned, causing Bill to resort to some shady experiments on Helen that will force her to love him. A creepy classic horror film that bears some resemblance to FRANKENSTEIN, FOUR SIDED TRIANGLE is an excellent and thought provoking example of 1950s science fiction cinema.
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