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Tom, a married man with kids, is struggling at work when a client tries to seduce him with promises of a 'more exciting life'. On his way home one night he gets attacked by a gang of hoodies and falls into a parallel world where he lives 5 other lives including a Rock-Star, a Homeless person and the 'hoody' that attacked him. These lives help him to re-evaluate his priorities and values but in order to get home he must face some of his deepest desires and fears. Will he make it home or is the grass greener on the other side?Written by
I watched this movie yesterday. Not a bad movie at all.
After the first 10 minutes or so, it catches your attention. In fact, you'll be asking yourself 'what is going on?' throughout most of the movie. It is a little confusing, perhaps watching it a second or a third time would answer a few questions. But I think (and most viewers too) I won't spend more time with, it is worth watching once, not more.
Different characters repeat the same phrases in different occasions, I couldn't help but compare this to 'Cloud Atlas', only in a different (much lower) level. Perhaps this adds some interest to the story, I think this makes it a little more confusing. See for yourself.
Overall, '7 Lives' is not a masterpiece, far from it, but it is watchable - if you have 99 minutes to spend.
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