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Four women - a blonde, a hippie, a lesbian and a barmaid - are looking for love, money and success. When one inherits an Italian restaurant from her father, they see this as a chance to fulfil their dreams. Then the restaurant is in danger of closing down - and the girls pull out all the stops to save it. Written by
How bad is it? I can only imagine that the backers were looking for a tax loss. Seven Days of Grace is so utterly dreadful that anyone involved with this excruciating production should hang their heads in shame and consider an immediate career change. Straight to DVD gives life to lots of indie films - some of which are little nuggets of gold
but there are films that are just so dreadful that they should never,
ever be released. This "fingernails on a blackboard bad" production is one of them. Terrible, terrible unfunny script, amateurish direction, and performances so deeply and consistently dreadful that SAG should consider publicly burning the cast's cards.
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