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Director  Paul Wilkins
Music director  Michael Price
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Country  United Kingdom
3.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Fantasy, Thriller
Screenplay  Paul Wilkins
Language  English
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Writer  Paul Wilkins (screenplay)
Release date  7 October 2011 (2011-10-07)
Cast  Danny Dyer (Tom), Kate Ashfield (Cynthia), Martin Compston (Rory), Nick Brimble (Ted), Craig Conway (Keith), Anna Skellern (Felicity)
Similar movies  Danny Dyer and Martin Compston appear in 7 Lives and Pimp
Tagline  Which life would you choose?

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7 Lives is a 2011 British film directed by Paul Wilkins starring Danny Dyer, Kate Ashfield and Martin Compston.

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Plot

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?

Cast

  • Danny Dyer as Tom
  • Kate Ashfield as Cynthia
  • Nick Brimble as Ted
  • Martin Compston as Rory (The Rockstar)
  • Craig Conway as Keith
  • Michael Elwyn as Brian
  • Helen George as Valerie
  • Tom Goodman-Hill as Peter
  • Julien Ball as Doctor
  • Theo Barklem-Biggs as Kid
  • Critical reception

    GASHE.com gave the film a rating of 2 1/2 stars saying, "While the plot is dark and uncomfortable at times, it moves along at a decent pace and the unique use of different lead actors for each story works."

    Release

    The film was released on 7 October 2011. The film was released on DVD and Blu-ray on 10 October 2011.

    References

    7 Lives Wikipedia
    7 Lives IMDb 7 Lives themoviedb.org


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