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Official Trailer for What Happened to Monday?

Also known as Seven Sisters, What Happened to Monday takes place on an Earth burdened by overpopulation. In response, a global policy limits families to only one child. When a man has seven identical daughters, he decides to name them after the days of the week and only allows them outside on the day they are named after. They also each take on the single identity of Karen Settman.

Complicated, huh? Don’t expect things to become simpler when Monday goes missing. Hence the name of the movie. Watch the trailer here and let us know what you think in the comments.

I’m sure the sci-fi savants out there figured out the reason Monday was kidnapped based off the trailer. I’m not so familiar and I’ll (hopefully) blissfully watch these six remaining sisters search for Monday and figure out whatever conspiracy is involved. It sure looks cool enough. I also can’t complain about watching Noomi Rapace play seven different characters. I hope the movie delves properly into just how messed up a policy like this would be, whether it is justified or not.

What Happened to Monday currently lacks a release date, but will be released by Netflix. Along with Rapace, the movie stars Glenn Close, William Dafoe, and Marwan Kenzari.


Video and Images Courtesy of Netflix

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