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Noomi Rapace Plays ‘Seven Sisters’ in Newly Retitled ‘What Happened to Monday?’

The sci-fi thriller What Happened to Monday?, which was filmed in July 2015 at the Castel Film Studios in Bucharest, has been retitled to Seven Sisters for its international release, locked for France this coming August.

Dead Snow and Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters‘s Tommy Wirkola directed the feature, “Set in a world where families are allowed only one child due to overpopulation, a resourceful set of seven identical sisters must avoid governmental execution and dangerous infighting while investigating the disappearance of one of their own.

Noomi Rapace plays all seven sisters, who are named after the days of the week.

Willem Dafoe (John Wick, Antichrist) and Glenn Close also star in the film, with Marwan Kenzari (Accused, Reckless), Christian Rubeck (Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters) and Pal Sverre Hagen (Kon-Tiki). Close plays the fierce head of the Child Allocation Bureau, Nicolette Cayman.

It was produced by Vendome Pictures and Raffaella Productions and fully financed by SND, which will handle French distribution rights as well as international sales.

The script was written by Kerry Williamson (Alex Cross) and Max Botkin (Robosapien: Rebooted).

Watch for a U.S. release as it comes in.



  • marklola12 .

    nodoubt it will be crap, this actress is someone who was supposed to be the next BIG thing in acting and being offered all these roles and her GOOD career died with prometheus lol

    • K-Dogg

      I think Noomi is ridiculously talented, she is one of many that just needs to be in more things. She owns everything she is in, even if the movie itself is average. She is one of my faves along with Chastain and Farmiga 🙂

    • Spell checker

      I saw this movie at a buyer’s screening at AFM. I was surprised by how much I liked it. Noomi is outstanding and I’m not normally the biggest fan of hers and movie was very entertaining and original. This will draw some serious eyes on Netflix.

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