Seven deadly sins. Seven ways to die
Seven deadly sins. Seven ways to die
SEVEN (aka SE7EN) (18)
D: David Fincher
New Line (Arnold Kopelson & Phyllis Carlyle)
US 1995
127 mins


W: Andrew Kevin Walker
DP: Darius Khondji
Ed: Richard Francis-Bruce
Mus: Howard Shore
PD: Arthur Max

Brad Pitt (Detective David Mills), Morgan Freeman (Detective William Somerset), Richard Roundtree (Talbot), R. Lee Ermey (Captain), Gwyneth Paltrow (Tracy), Kevin Spacey (John Doe)

Seven is without a doubt amongst the best horror movies / psychological thrillers ever made. Trading cheap jump scares for a plot and premise which will haunt you long after the end credits roll.
A homicide detective nearing retirement is partnered with a rookie for his final investigation: a serial killer inspired by the seven deadly sins.
David Fincher's seminal thriller is a work of near genius, helped by an intelligent screenplay by Andrew Kevin Walker, dark photography, gripping editing and an ensemble of fantastic performances.
Arguably the best film of its kind and amongst the finest films of the 1990's.

Brad Pitt & Morgan Freeman in Seven
Brad Pitt & Morgan Freeman in Seven