Triangle, a Chinese crime pic co-directed by Tsui Hark, Ringo Lam and Johnnie To, has been added to the Cannes Film Festival’s out-of-competition slate. This is somewhat exciting as far as the idea of three directors directing a film with a single narrative line is concerned. But if they want Hong Kong action aficianados like me to see it, they’re going to have to show it sometime in the daylight or early evening hours. The only screening is set for Friday morning at 12:20 ayem, which of course means it’ll actually start around 12:35 or or 12:40 (late-hour screenings never, ever start on time) and end around 2:15 or 2:30 ayem, which means the earliest I’d hit the hay would be an hour later, which means I’d almost certainly miss the next morning’s 8:30 ayem screening. No way, not me.