Bruno Hamel is a thirty eight year old surgeon. He lives in Drummondville with his wife Sylvie, and their eight year old daughter Jasmine. Like many happy people, he is leading an uneventful life until a beautiful fall afternoon, when his daughter is raped and murdered. From then on, the world of the Hamel family collapses. When the murderer is arrested, a terrible project germinates in Bruno’s darkened mind. He plans to capture the “monster” (Martin Dubreuil) and make him pay for his crime. The day the murderer appears in Court, Hamel, who had prepared his plan in great detail, kidnaps the monster and later sends the police a brief message stating that the rapist and murderer of his daughter was going to be tortured for 7 days and then executed. Once this task accomplished, he will then give himself up.
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This film is in the style of other shockingly dark French and foreign horror/revenge thrillers. A man's 8 year old daughter is raped and killed. He enters a severe state of depression and plots revenge when the killer is arrested live on TV. He abducts the guilty man from police transport and tortures him for, you guessed it - 7 DAYS. The torture is graphic, brutal and uneasing, but it is broken up and not mercilessly for shock sakes only. The shots are dark, arty, depressing and gloomy - capturing the mood and horrific content well. There is not much dialogue and the acting is of a good standard too. I would say that fans of films like Taken, and proper adult Horror films will admire this depressing if not deeply disturbing. Nothing new but what it does it does well. Think Misery meets Saw and Switchblade Romance, with faded colours and wide angle pan shots. 7 Days = how to torture a paedo rapist.
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