Thomas Krömer follows the traces of a brutal murder in werewolf-manner out of personal interest. After investigating for some time, the traces all point to one person: himself. Now, he has ... See full summary »
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Lara Flynn Boyle,
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Thomas Krömer follows the traces of a brutal murder in werewolf-manner out of personal interest. After investigating for some time, the traces all point to one person: himself. Now, he has to find out whether he surprisingly turns into a blood-seeking werewolf at full moon without knowing it or if there is an other solution to the murders. Police are getting pretty suspicious after Thomas' own grandmother has been brutally slaughtered in her little fairy-tale-fashioned house in the woods, and it will soon be time for a full moon... Written by
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In "Sieben Monde" an author thinks he could be a werewolf because of very myterious murders happening around him. Sieben Monde is a surprisingly good horror-thriller. When I saw the TV-trailer I thought it would be just another bad german b-horror flick. I was really surprised! Mysterious atmosphere, very good acting and editing and very much violence and blood for a german movie! But no film is perfect! The end isn't very surprising, the story could have been more complex and Jan Josef Liefers was definetly not the best choice for the main character. Nevertheless "Sieben Monde" is clearly worth to watch.
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