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SEVEN DAYS SUNDAY

by Niels Laupert

synopsis

January 15, 1996. Actually an ordinary Sunday in a small town. In that same day the teenagers Adam and Tommek meet their friends in a square between the blocks. Here they get drunk and live aimlessly from day to day. They quit school a long time ago. So for them every day is a holiday – characterized by lack of perspectives and the rivalry within the clique. But this day should end up different from all the days before. At a cheerless party Adam suddenly, out of a conflict, has an idea: To teach his mate Tommek to respect him more, he suggests a bet. The stake: a human life. So Adam and Tommek go out into the night determined to kill the first human being they bump into.

international title: Seven Days Sunday
original title: Sieben Tage Sonntag
country: Germany
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Niels Laupert
release date: DE 05/03/2009
screenplay: Niels Laupert
cast: Ludwig Trepte, Martin Kiefer, Karin Baal, Jil Funke, Antonio Wannek, Jennifer Ulrich, Lenn Kudrjawizki
cinematography by: Christoph Dammast
film editing: Hansjörg Weißbrich
music: Michael Heilrath
producer: Niels Laupert, Thomas Bartl, Alexander Dierbach
production: Bartl Laupert Dierbach Filmproduktion
distributor: Timebandits Films