History Film / Se7en

9th Jan '18 2:18:36 PM AFreakyDude
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->''"Become vengence, [[spoiler: David]], become wrath."''

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->''"Become -->''"Become vengence, [[spoiler: David]], become wrath."''
9th Jan '18 2:16:16 PM AFreakyDude
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->''"Become vengence, [[spoiler: David]], become wrath."''
3rd Jan '18 8:06:04 PM SeizureFerret
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A comic book series called ''[=Se7en=]'' published by Zenescope Entertainment tells the events of the movie from the veiwpoint of the killer.

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A comic book series called ''[=Se7en=]'' published by Zenescope Entertainment tells the events of the movie from the veiwpoint viewpoint of the killer.
4th Dec '17 8:36:14 PM jormis29
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A comic book series called ''[=Se7en=]'' published by Zenescope Entertainment tells the events of the movie from the veiwpoint of the killer.
1st Dec '17 5:32:47 PM Evighet
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* OneDrinkWillKillTheBaby: Seemingly [[spoiler:averted, as Tracey is shown drinking wine during the dinner with Somerset. She must have known, or at least strongly suspected, that she was with child]].
15th Nov '17 3:40:21 PM smasll_lordvoice
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* NothingIsScarier: The murders in this film are so horrific that many people forget they're almost all [[GoryDiscretionShot offscreen]] or shown in very little detail, we never get to ''see'' any of them happen. The "Lust" victim is a particularly good example, we don't see ''any'' part of the body, and it's ''still'' one of the most horrifying murders in cinema history.
15th Nov '17 3:35:53 PM smasll_lordvoice
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* {{Gorn}}: Although it's mostly limited to {{Gory Discretion Shot}}s. Most of the horrors are nigh-unfilmable and left to our imagination.

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* {{Gorn}}: Although it's mostly limited to {{Gory Discretion Shot}}s. [[GoryDiscretionShot unseen.]] Most of the horrors are nigh-unfilmable and left to our imagination.imagination.
* GoryDiscretionShot: Used extensively, but most prominently in the murder of the Lust victim. And [[{{Squick}} thank God]] [[TakeOurWordForIt for that.]]
6th Nov '17 6:01:25 AM EK8829
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* DrivenToSuicide: The Pride victim. John Doe cuts off her nose and glues a phone to one hand and sleeping pills to the other, offering her the SadisticChoice of calling for help (but having to live with her disfigurement) or killing herself. As proof of her vanity, she chooses the latter.

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* DrivenToSuicide: The Pride victim. John Doe cuts off her nose and glues a phone to one hand and sleeping pills to the other, offering her the SadisticChoice of calling for help (but having to live with her disfigurement) or killing herself. As proof of her vanity, she chooses the latter. The Sloth victim also chewed off his own tongue, likely in an effort to commit suicide.



* FateWorseThanDeath: Invoked with Pride: [[spoiler:the victim prefers committing suicide than having to live disfigured without her nose.]]

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* FateWorseThanDeath: Invoked with Pride: [[spoiler:the victim prefers committing suicide than having to live disfigured without her nose.]] Played straight with Sloth: [[spoiler:the victim was handcuffed to his own bed for an entire year and kept alive while his body wasted away.]]
4th Nov '17 4:31:56 PM lorgskyegon
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*** Springfield, Oregon is within simple moving distance of Portland, Oregon (a skyscraper-filled, very rainy city) which is not far from Eastern Oregon - a desert area.
28th Oct '17 3:27:29 AM Dragon101
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* ChurchgoingVillain: John Doe is a deeply Christian serial killer who despises the entire world. To show his disdain for all the "sins" around him, he gives his victims ironic deaths tied to their perceived guilt in order to cleanse society.
** On the flip side though, it's notable that Doe has very little to do with the Bible itself (he mentions Sodom and Gomorrah off handedly and quotes "the Lord works in mysterious ways") and references any theological concept beyond sin (salvation, faith, prayer, Jesus) pretty much never.
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