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A series of vignettes explore the seven deadly sins. In 'Lust', a blind woman hires a sex worker in the hopes of over coming her lack of sexual experience. In 'Wrath', a healer brings a stabbed convict back from the dead. In 'Greed', two off duty police officers, looking for a place to make out, get held at gun point by two organ harvesters; who refuse to let them go. In 'Gluttony', a priest decides to take time out from listening to confessions, buys drugs from a mute, and parties alone. In 'Envy', Kathy, a lonely ghost, attempts to connect with her home's inhabitants. In 'Pride', Valerie Lina, an image obsessed model escapes to a secretive plastic surgeon in the country side to get a 'new look', and lastly - in 'Sloth', a silent segment, three squatters struggle to survive whilst hiding out in an abandoned warehouse.Written by
Prior to casting Michelle Lehane, the role of Valerie Lina was offered to Louise Tyler, who had previously appeared in Seven Devils (2015) as Jasmine. Due to scheduling conflicts Tyler was unable to accept the role. If she had, she would have been the seventh actor to appear in the anthology feature in multiple roles. See more »
Strange anthology, large indie cast all of whom are unknown. Really creative when dealing with the seven deadly sins, though at times it felt a bit slow and arty. The last segment was my favorite, was really poetic. I think indies like this are great for new filmmakers, and I enjoy watching them. I'd recommend this film to others who like indie films and films that are slightly different from the usual types - as this is quite surreal 'nd fun.
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