Javo ¯\_(ツ)_/¯’s review published on Letterboxd:
"What sick ridiculous puppets we are / and what gross little stage we dance on / What fun we have dancing and fucking / Not a care in the world / Not knowing that we are nothing / We are not what was intended. "
David Fincher second film 'Se7en' is one of my all time favorites, a perfect thriller, one of those peculiar films that when is over, you just re-watch it, right away.
Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman are outstanding, the chemistry of the detectives is there since there first interaction, is the combination of the experience against the recklessness that work so well between them.
'Se7en' is a classic concept (Seven deadly sins, Seven ways to die.) that in the hands of Fincher turn into the best of the genre, the cinematography works so well with the film. At moments the rain becomes another character, becomes another obstacle that the detectives have to overcome.
The film brings the killer onscreen with half an hour to go, and gives him a speaking role. Instead of being simply the quarry in a chase, that right there set this film apart with a unique structure, that has been copy ever since. a true classic, the best film from Director David Fincher.