Seven Days Sunday
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Seven Days Sunday
Niels Laupert's fully realized debut feature started out, you may find yourself astonished to discover, as the director's film school graduation project. Also rather astonishing is the fact that the unsettling story Seven Days Sunday recounts is true: In 1996, two German teenagers decided to cap a day of petty delinquency by going on a killing spree, just because they could. The crime is Laupert's jumping-off point-though he tracks his film to the public record, the murderers' singular impassivity leaves Laupert plenty of room for conjecture as he reconstructs a senseless deed,… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Seven Days is all fetishized decay and "daring" press-kit stuffing."
‑ Nick Pinkerton, Village Voice
"The film is focused simply on telling the tale, and if the movie is exaggerated or "fictionalized" in any way, you can consider me duly surprised."
‑ Scott Weinberg, Cinematical
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