On the occasion of the broadcast of the cult film Seven on Sunday October 16, 2022, from 9:05 p.m. on TF1 series films, Télé Star reveals how an accident that occurred during the filming of this feature film ended up integrated into the scenario.
Released in cinemas in 1995, the cult film Seven, worn by brad pittMorgan Freeman, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kevin Spaceywill be rebroadcast on Sunday October 16, 2022, from 9:05 p.m. on the TF1 series films channel. Directed by David Fincherthis feature film features the character of a police inspector named David Mills, played on screen by Brad Pitt. Transferred to the crime squad of a large American metropolis, he must team up for a time with the one he will replace. Interpreted by Morgan FreemanWilliam Somerset is a forensic homicide officer who will soon be retiring.
The two men are then charged with a investigation of a psychopathic serial killerwho methodically plans his murders according to the seven deadly sins, which are: gluttony, avarice, laziness, lust, pride, envy and anger. Seven was a huge international box office success during its theatrical run. Equipped with a $30 million budgetDavid Fincher’s thriller has grossed over $100 million on American soil, and $316 million worldwide. A very profitable film for the New Line studio, but which was somewhat shunned at the level of the rewards. Seven was thus nominated only once for the Oscars in 1996, in the Best Editing category.
Seven: Brad Pitt and Gwyneth Paltrow as a couple in the city as on screen during filming
For the anecdote, during part of the feature film, Brad Pitt wears a large bandage on his armfollowing an injury he sustained during a chase with the serial killer. This hurt is real because the actor really broke his arm during the filming of the scene. After consultation, it was decided to include this physical disability in the script of the movie. This feature film was also the occasion for Brad Pitt to give the reply to the one who shared his life at the time: Gwyneth Paltrow.
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