7 Seconds (film)

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7 Seconds
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DVD cover
Directed by Simon Fellows
Produced by Donald Kushner
Vlad Păunescu
Pierre Spengler
Andrew Stevens
Written by Martin Wheeler
Starring Wesley Snipes
Tamzin Outhwaite
Music by Barry Taylor
Cinematography Michael Slovis
Edited by Kant Pan
Distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Release date(s) June 28, 2005
Running time 101 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Romania
Switzerland
United States
Language English
Budget $10 million

7 Seconds is a 2005 American crime film directed by Simon Fellows, starring Wesley Snipes and Tamzin Outhwaite. The film was released on Direct-to-DVD in the United States on June 28, 2005. The title refers to the timers at the beginning of the film, which are set at 00:07 (7 seconds).

Plot[edit]

After professional thief Jack Tulliver and his crew pull off a meticulously planned armored car heist, they are ambushed in Bucharest by a group of Romanian racketeers. This rogue group, tipped off to the heist by an unknown turncoat, kills Tulliver's associate Bull and most of his crew. Tulliver escapes with a mysterious sealed case that was the most valuable part of the stolen loot. After car-jacking Sgt. Kelly Anders' car, he makes a getaway through Bucharest, but leaves Anders under the suspicion of her fellow officers. Meanwhile, Tulliver tries to save a team member who has been captured by Alexie Kutchinov, a sadistic Russian millionaire gangster in charge of the Romanian racketeers that ambushed Tulliver. Jack and Sgt. Anders are saved by Bull's brother Mikail Mercea, a Romanian mobster who shoots Alexie to avenge his brother's death. Ultimately, the content of the case is revealed, and we come to know why it is in such high demand.

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Production[edit]

It is set and filmed in Romania (Bucharest and Castel Film Studios), in 32 days on June 28 and July 30, 2004.

Response[edit]

Despite action star Wesley Snipes heading the film, 7 Seconds was a failure in the DVD market and received bad reviews, described as "drivel"[1] with "sloppy screenwriting".[2]

Home media[edit]

DVD was released in Region 1 in the united States on June 28, 2005, and also Region 2 in the United Kingdom on 12 September 2005, it was distributed by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

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