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Two detectives, a rookie and a veteran, hunt a serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as his modus operandi.


psychological thriller movie directed by David Fincher and released in 1995. The movie follows two detectives, William Somerset (Morgan Freeman) and David Mills (Brad Pitt), who are investigating a series of brutal murders in a city. The killer, who calls himself "John Doe," is targeting victims he believes are guilty of one of the Seven Deadly Sins: gluttony, greed, sloth, envy, wrath, pride, and lust.

As the investigation progresses, the detectives uncover clues that lead them to gruesome crime scenes, each one representing a different sin. The killer seems to be always one step ahead of them, and the detectives struggle to keep up with his twisted logic.

The tension rises as the detectives get closer to identifying the killer, but they are constantly faced with ethical dilemmas, and the line between justice and revenge starts to blur. In the end, they discover that the killer's ultimate goal was to become the embodiment of the seventh sin, "wrath," and the detectives must race against time to prevent his plan from being carried out.

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The movie Seven was primarily filmed in various locations in California, USA. Some of the locations include Los Angeles, Lancaster, and San Francisco. The climactic scene of the film was shot in a soundstage in Los Angeles. The filmmakers used the city's gritty, urban landscapes to create a dark and foreboding atmosphere that perfectly suited the film's themes of violence and moral decay.

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