In a not so distant future, where overpopulation and famine have forced governments to undertake a drastic One-Child Policy, seven identical sisters (all of them portrayed by Noomi Rapace) live a hide-and-seek existence pursued by the Child Allocation Bureau. The Bureau, directed by the fierce Nicolette Cayman (Glenn Close), enforces a strict family-planning agenda that the sisters outwit by taking turns assuming the identity of one person: Karen Settman. Taught by their grandfather (Willem Dafoe) who raised and named them - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday - each can go outside once a week as their common identity, but are only free to be themselves in the prison of their own apartment. That is until, one day, Monday does not come home.
Seven Sisters. One Identity.
Did You Know?
Netflix bought the streaming rights to the film for the United States and other markets.
Original script by Max Botkin was on the 2010 Blacklist of best unproduced screenplays in Hollywood. See more
When Dafoes' character is teaching math, he got the transformations of the equations on the whiteboard wrong. The second line does not follow from the first one. See more
In the last 50 years we've doubled our population, tripled the amount of food and water we use, and we have quadrupled the use of fossil fuels. Every four days there's a million more people on the planet. How is the world going to cope with this explosion in population.
Written by Petter Carlsen
(as Peter A Carlsen) & Aleksander Kostopoulos
Performed by Pil & Bue
Courtesy of Name Music See more