David Fincher’s first serial-killer flick carries a scorpion’s sting at its tail-end — a nihilistic denouement that sees the two heroes shockingly outwitted by the killer. On his instruction, the pair of detectives have escorted their prisoner to the middle of nowhere. One of them guards him, while the other goes to check on a cardboard box that’s just been mysteriously delivered…
On Friday July 14 2000, Morgan Freeman was interviewed by Richard Jobson in front of a packed audience in London’s National Film Theatre. The event followed a screening of his latest movie, the taut psychological thriller Under Suspicion, in which he stars with Gene Hackman
Seven (stylized as SE7EN) is a 1995 American psychological crime thriller film directed by David Fincher and written by Andrew Kevin Walker. It’s the story of David Mills, a detective who partners with the retiring William Somerset to track down a serial killer who uses the seven deadly sins as a motif in his murders.
Revulsion against the body haunts the new film by David Fincher as it does so much current cinema. What makes ‘Seven’ distinctive? Amy Taubin explains
by John Wrathall Homicide detective William Somerset is joined for his last seven days on the job by his replacement, David Mills, who has just